The deep Gulf of Teulada (Bay of Rossa Island) opens W Saprtivento Cape between capo Malfatano and Capo Teulada. It is the furthest S point of Sardinia. Many small bays and coves characterize this area.
The E side of the gulf is high and barren and should not be closely approached.
Le profond golfe de Teulada (baie de l'île Rossa) s'ouvre à l'W du cap Saprtivento, entre capo Malfatano et Capo Teulada. C'est le point le plus au S de la Sardaigne. De nombreuses petites baies et criques caractérisent cette zone.
Le côté E du golfe est haut et aride et ne doit pas être approché de trop près.
Golfo di Teulada (S Sardegna)
Golfo di Teulada (S Sardegna)
Il profondo Golfo di Teulada (baia dell'isola Rossa) si apre all' W del Capo Saprtivento, tra Capo Malfatano e Capo Teulada. Questo è il punto più allo S della Sardegna. Molto piccole baie e insenature caratterizzano questa zona.
Il lato E del golfo è alto e asciutto e non deve essere avvicina troppo.
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