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Badesi landscape characteristics

The landscape of Badesi is a typical Mediterranean landscape, which features a marvelous mix of natural nature trails, and the region’s environmental resources are cleverly blended with ponds, dunes and Mediterranean vegetation.
From the coast to the village Badisci is the landscape between the memory and the cultural, archaeological, museum, mountain and green valleys. Curiosity will lead visitors to recommend thematic routes, trails, maps and ideas.


Its mild climate almost all year round with a series of excellent scenery against the backdrop of rich natural background, Badis has become an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts in recent years.
Badesi Beach is breathtaking. The wide white sand stretches several kilometers across the river Coghinas estuary, and it is one of the most important elements in Sardinia.
Badesi’s “Foz del Corgunas”, which are natural landscapes with plant protection reserves and huge environmental value of the animals. The natural area extends along the northwest coast of Sardinia, between Castellsado and the Trinity D’Agultu for a length of 13 km. Along the way it is the detailed information that actually sets up special posters to guide them into specific categories of routes, routes and residential areas. Similarly, the transfer station is arranged where you can sit on the bench to rest.
Some form of silicon carbide is recognized by the Italian botanical community (SBI) as being very important for the presence of particularly interesting plant maintenance. Certainly confirmed by the International Bird League Overseas, which identified the IBA (important bird zone) due to the fact that the Corgina River as well as the CAPC Coat Site in Santa Teresa, the nuns of Gallura lips involved the shoreline extension 169, many of which occurred in birds class.
Environmental resources
The surrounding countryside of Badesi has plenty of natural trailsnd ecological resources, offering striking landscapes, lakes, dunes and caratterizzata vegetation well integrated throughout the area.
Sarah, Nature Reserve
Sarah, the Nature Reserve is rare and beautiful mountain. The highest mountain is the Pontianca, 618.5 meters high and is interspersed between two rocky uplifts, occasionally steeply. The nature reserve covers an area of 87 hectares, including Littu camposu and Li zulziddi. The area is completely uninhabited, is home to plants and shrubs, as well as the height of 200-300 meters, is typical of Mediterranean plants such as olive oil and frankincense coverage; in more than 600 meters, flying oak, belonging to family Oleaceae, Bayberry, heather, crape myrtle, rock rose and wild lavender shrubs. In some rocky outcrops Euphorbia plants can be found, which are indicators of an area’s biological health. Species in the peak area, Corsica broom, parsley and Greek thyme. Among the endemic species, finally, there are a variety of Lily and many orchids. In winter, reserve peaks are covered with snow, creating stunning snow.
The Badesi area consists of two protected areas of plants and huge environmental values exist for the animals “Corgina River Mouth”. This area extends along the northwest coast of Sardinia, Castel Sado, Agultu, 13 km long. The area includes certain types of animals and plants, belonging to the typical region of the caratterizzata. In birds, the frequent areas are wild ducks, shovel ducks, cockatoos, ducks, seagulls and herons. Instead, fish live, including carp, bream, eel and mullet turtles. Finally, the flower varieties include reed, larch, juniper, willow red willow. The nature trail is open to the public and structured to facilitate visitors’ visits. Guided visitors along the route to specific routing settings indicate the location of the different species living here. There are also parking spots where you can sit back and relax on a specially furnished bench.