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Punta Papa (I Tavolara)

Punta Papa (I Tavolara)

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Description

Tavolara Island had a strategic importance in 1861. Merchant Navy built with the cooperation of the prisoners on the island at the time, at Spalmatore di Fuori, a lighthouse of 2 floors.

The lighthouse was built on the mountain falls steeply to the sea and it was therefore necessary to develop a narrow winding road to reach it, which partially altered the natural landscape of the island.

The lighthouse was active until 1920, when it was replaced by the advanced Timone.
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Joëlle
Punta Papa (I Tavolara)
the narrow winding road to reach the old lighthouse
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Joëlle
L'île de Tavolara a eu une grande importance stratégique en 1861. La Marine Marchande construisit, avec la coopération des détenus présents sur l'île à l'époque, à Spalmatore di Fuori, un phare de 2 étages.

Le phare fut construit sur la montagne qui tombe à pic sur la mer et il fut alors nécessaire d'aménager une route tortueuse et étroite pour pouvoir l'atteindre, ce qui modifiait partiellement le paysage naturel de l'île.

Le phare fut actif jusqu'en 1920, date à laquelle il fut remplacé par celui de pointe Timone.

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Joëlle
Punta Papa (I Tavolara)
Le vieux phare de Punta Papa.
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Joëlle
Isola di Tavolara aveva una importanza strategica nel 1861. Marina Mercantile a costruito con la collaborazione dei prigionieri sull'isola al momento, a Spalmatore di Fuori, un faro di 2 piani.


Il faro è stato costruito sul monte scende ripidamente verso il mare ed è stato quindi necessario sviluppare una strada stretta e tortuosa per raggiungerla, che ha parzialmente modificato il paesaggio naturale dell'isola.

Il faro è stato attivo fino al 1920, quando fu sostituito quello dal Timone.

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Punta Papa (I Tavolara)
Il vecchio faro di Punta Papa
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Isola Tavolara (Sardegna)

1.4nm
251°
Tavolara island is a limestone massif 6 kilometres long and 500 m wide, and 565 m high.The overhanging cliffs make it inaccessible, with the exception of a bay and a beach that is located at each end of the island, Spalmatore di Fuori northeast (military zone) and Spalmatore di Terra ...
7 May 14

Golfo degli Aranci (Sardegna)

6.7nm
308°
Degli Aranci gulf is is bounded, on the N, by the peninsula of which Capo Figari is the E extremity.This gulf is sheltered from NE and NW winds. Strong SE winds send in a heavy sea and storms from the N and E cause a considerable swell in the gulf. During offshore winds, which are ...
28 Sep 12

Isola Molara (Sardegna)

2.7nm
194°
Isola Molara, private island, S Tavolara island, 158m high, is undulating and partially cultivated.The coasts are high and rocky at E (Punta Levante et Punta di Sirocco), they are more practicable with the few beaches and coves located in NW (Cala Cala Chiesa e Spagnola).We see a ...
3 Oct 12

Cala del Faro (I Tavolara)

0.3nm
317°
Cala del Faro, a cove where are facilities of the NATO radar base, lies on the S of Punta Timone. Here there is a ban on navigation is less than 500 meters from the coast, for reasons of military security.
3 Oct 12

Punta Timone (I. Tavolara)

0.6nm
338°

The lighthouse of Punta Timone at the NE end of the island, is a white octagonal tower 7 m high. Its range is 15 NM. It is also equipped with a lantern reserve with a minimum range of 12 NM.
3 Oct 12

Porto militare Base Nato (I. Tavolara)

0.5nm
291°
NW coast of the island, in the Spalmatore di Fuori bay, is a small military port where it is forbiden to accost, it is used by the army.
3 Oct 12

Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)

3.1nm
152°
A 15 NM E Molara Island, Molarotto island (51 m) is conical and reddish because it consists of granite. This is the ultimate outpost of land before the open sea.

Cervi rocks, or Three Brothers'rocks, extend between Molara and Molarotto.

The passage between these ...
3 Oct 12

Spalmatorre di Terra (I. Tavolara)

2.9nm
239°
Spalmadore di Terra, a bight, lies at the SW end of Isola Tavolara and offers anchorage, in a depth of 20m, about midway between the entrance points.
This berth is exposed to SE winds which send in a heavy sea.
Several houses stand at the head of the bight and a conspicuous ...
2 Oct 12

Capo Coda Cavallo (Sardegna)

4.3nm
188°
This long peninsula beyond the promontory of Monte Petruso, extending into the Tyrrhenian Sea, has an end portion which is called "Capo Coda Cavallo" ("Queue of horse cape"), because of its curious shape.

This is the extreme point of the marine protected area of Tavolara / ...
3 Oct 12

Baia di capo Coda Cavallo

4.4nm
190°
Coda Cavallo bay, S Capo Coda Cavallo and Proratora islet, affords anchorage, in depths of 10 to 14m, sheltered from all winds excluding Maestrale.
3 Oct 12

Capo Ceraso (Olbia Sardegna)

4.3nm
272°
Point S of Olbia gulf, is the NE end of a promontory. A tower is located on the cape. A shoal extends beyond the cap and extends more than 0.4 NM E of it.
A large rock is 0.2 NM E Cape and is indicated by a beacon.

An island located 0.1 NM NW of the cape is also marked by ...
1 Oct 12

Golfo di Marinella (Sardegna)

9.7nm
308°
This gulf is S Cugnana gulf, S cala della Volpe. It is entered between Punta della Volpe and Punta Canigione.This gulf is the most protected area of the coast. Although the anchorage is prohibited in the Gulf because of submarine telegraph cables, many boaters anchor in this ...
23 Sep 12
Local Area

Isola Tavolara (Sardegna)

Tavolara island is a limestone massif 6 kilometres long and 500 m wide, and 565 m high.The overhanging cliffs make it inaccessible, with the exception of a bay and a beach that is located at each end of the island, Spalmatore di Fuori northeast (military zone) and Spalmatore di Terra ...
7 May 14

Golfo Spurlatta (Sardegna)

Golfo Spurlatta  entered SE of Capo Ceraso, and lies up to Coda Cavallo cape. Tavolara island, located 4,2 NM of Ceraso cape, is the N end of the gulf.This gulf was declared "marine protected area of Tavolara/ capo Coda Cavallo" en 1997.
7 May 14

Sardegna East

Du Cap Ceraso au Cap Coda Cavallo: Le Cap Ceraso est dominé par le mont Mandriolo qui porte à son sommet un signal en forme de tronc de pyramide. Le cap est débordé à l'E et au SE par des rochers et des hauts-fonds. Ces dangers sont balisés à leur extrémité NE par une bouée ...
25 Oct 08

Sardegna

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. Sardinia was made a self-governing region of Italy in 1948.
Sardinia offers coves and beaches relatively quiet. In the North as in the South the sailor will find there many anchorages.
The northern beaches are ...
19 Oct 17

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
Îles méditerranéennesLes principales ...
13 Mar 15
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