The Spiaggia Rosa is one of the most famous beaches in Sardinia.
It owes its color to the shells of a small organism that lives in the posedonia near this beach. Once the animal dies, its shell shatters and mixes with the mixture of granitic rock that makes up the sand of this beach, coloring it with pink.
the beach has suffered several injustices, such as frequent sand thefts and the moorings of boats in its vicinity that ravaged the posedonia, so slowly the beach was losing its color.
Today it is part of the Maddalena national park that the tutla, and thanks to its care has fully regained its color.
Its waters are a paradise for diving, they are inhabited by numerous cetaceans such as dolphins sperm whales and whales.
The Spiaggia Rosa is one of the most famous beaches in Sardinia.
It owes its color to the shells of a small organism that lives in the posedonia near this beach. Once the animal dies, its shell shatters and mixes with the mixture of granitic rock that makes up the sand of this beach, coloring it with pink.
the beach has suffered several injustices, such as frequent sand thefts and the moorings of boats in its vicinity that ravaged the posedonia, so slowly the beach was losing its color.
Today it is part of the Maddalena national park that the tutla, and thanks to its care has fully regained its color.
Its waters are a paradise for diving, they are inhabited by numerous cetaceans such as dolphins sperm whales and whales.

ITA: La Spiaggia Rosa

 La Spiaggia Rosa è una delle spiagge piu conosciute della Sardegna.
Deve la sua colorazione alle conchiglie di un piccolo organismo che abita la posedonia nei pressi di questa spiaggia. Una volta che l'animale muore, il suo guscio frantumandosi si mischia al composto di roccia granitica di cui è composta la sabbia di questa spiaggia, colorandola di rosa.
la spiaggia ha subito diverse ingiustizie, come i frequenti furti di sabbia e gli attracchi di imbarcazioni in sua prossimità che devastavano la posedonia, così pian piano la spiaggia stava perdendo il suo colorito.
Oggi fa parte del parco nazionale della maddalena che la tutla, e grazie alla sua cura ha riacquistato a pieno il suo colore.
Le sue acque sono un paradiso del diving, sono abitate da numerosi cetacei come delfini capodogli e balenottere.

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