Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)

Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)

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Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)
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Characteristics

Island / Atoll
No fishing
Natural Park
Restricted
Anchorage prohibited

Description

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 rocks and Molarotto is not recommended.
2012/10/3
Update
Joëlle
A 15 M à l'E de l'île Molara, l'îlot Molarotto (51 m) est conique et de couleur rougeâtre car constituée de granite. C'est l'ultime avant poste de terre avant la pleine mer.

Les rochers Cervi, ou rochers des Trois Frères, s'étendent entre Molara et Molarotto.

Le passage entre ces rochers et Molarotto est déconseillé.

2012/10/3
Update
Joëlle
A 15 MN E isola Molara, l'isola di Molarotto (51 m) è conica e rossastra perché è costituito da granito. Questo è l'ultimo avamposto di terra prima del mare aperto.

Le rocce Cervi, o rocce dei tre fratelli, e si estendono tra Molara e Molarotto.

Il passaggio tra queste rocce e Molarotto non è raccomandato.
2012/10/3
Update
Joëlle
Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)
Isolotto Molarotto e scoglie Cervi (Sardaigne)
2012-10-03
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Joëlle
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