Get in
Frequent ferries, from Palau to Maddalena, up to every half an hour during the summer months.
 Get around
There is a basic bus services that runs on the two larger islands.
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There are many beautiful beaches and coves, and some agriturism.
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From Maddalena, take the bridge to the smaller island, and follow the signs for Agriturismo, to find a small farmyard restaurant just past Club Med. The food there is excellent, with a set menu around €22 for lunch and €29 for dinner.
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On the south-western side of the island there is a small gulf (a "cala" in italian) named "Cala Francese". This once was a french granite mining site, this granite has been used for making, among other things, the base of the Statue of Liberty in New York City. You can find a residence, run by a local family, near the now closed mine: [Cala Francese Residence].
The island has two campsites. La Villagio di Camping Maddalena, located within walking distance of Maddalena the town, has facilities for tents and caravans, and has a bar, a restaurant with an excellent pizza oven and grill, and a mini market. The other camping village is located further to the north of the island.
 Stay safe
The island is very safe, and theft is not a serious concern.
 Get out
Unless you have a private boat, take the ferry back to Palau.