Capo Ceraso

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Capo Ceraso is the promontory that delimits the Gulf of Olbia to the south, on its summit there is a small fort that overlooks the Island of Tavolara. This strip of land is characterised by a wild and uncontaminated nature and has small inlets of very white sand. The beaches at Capo Ceraso are generally uncrowded and difficult to reach from land. It is possible to visit Capo Ceraso by boat from the sea with the numerous trips that depart daily from Olbia, Golfo Aranci and Porto San Paolo.