Capo Coda Cavallo is a granite promontory located in northern Sardinia, in the historical region of Gallura. It extends over the Tyrrhenian Sea south of the Gulf of Olbia, in the municipality of San Teodoro, in the province of Sassari.
The highest relief of the promontory is constituted by Monte Coda Cavallo (102 m asl) which is located in its final part. Other extreme points, starting from the south are: Punta di Tamarigio, Capo Coda Cavallo, Punta Lu Furru, Punta Lastra Ruja.
The entire peninsula is enclosed in the natural marine protected area Tavolara - Punta Coda Cavallo and is characterized by a succession of inlets with sandy beaches and cliffs covered by a luxuriant Mediterranean scrub with tree species such as the strawberry tree, the juniper, the mastic tree. The limestone walls of the island of Tavolara, together with the island of Molara and the islet of Proratora, close the bay of Coda Cavallo to the north.
The whole area is highly developed for tourists with beaches such as Brandinchi, Salina Bamba, Baia Salinedda, Cala Coda Cavallo, Cala Suaraccia.
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