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Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna)

Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna)



The islet di Quirra (scoglio di Murtas) is located in front of Quirra castle, between Murtas tower and S. Lorenzo cape. It is 12 m high and is surrounded by smaller rocks. It is 12 NM SSE of Murtas tower and 1 NM offshore.

From the NNE, this islet appears reddish with a whitish top.

A navigable passage leads between the islet and the coast, but it can only be used by vessels with local knowledge.

Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna)
Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna
2010:07:08 11:02:49
L'îlot de Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas) se trouve en face du château de Quirra, entre la tour Murtas et le cap S. Lorenzo. Il fait 12 m de haut et est entouré de petits rochers. Il est à 2 MN au SSE de la tour Murtas et à 1 MN au large.

Du NNE l'îlot apparaît rouge avec un sommet blanchâtre.

Il existe un passage entre cet îlot et la côte, mais il faut connaître le lieu pour l'utiliser.

Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna)
I. di Quirra
2010:07:08 11:02:17
L'isolotto di Quirra (scoglio di Murtas) si trova di fronte al castello di Quirra, tra la torre Murtas e Capo S. Lorenzo. E 'alto 12 m ed è circondata da piccole rocce. E' 2 MN SSE da torre Murtas e 1 MN fuori.

Da NNE l'isolotto viene visualizzato in rosso con piano bianco.

C'è un passaggio tra l'isola e la costa, ma dovete conoscere il posto per usarlo.
Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna)
Isolotto di Quirra (Scoglio di Murtas Sardegna
2010:07:08 11:03:01
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