Cala Spalmatore adorns the eastern coast of the Island of La Maddalena in the commune with the same name. La Maddalena is one of the islands which makes up the islands of the Archipelago with the same name, located on the Gallura coast. along with this island, the only one which has always been inhabited since its foundation in 1770, the other islands are Caprera, reachable across the Bridge of the Passo della Moneta, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria to the north and Spargi to the south. The beach of Cala Spalmatore, sheltered from the winds by two headlands, has a cream coloured coarse-grained sandy shore, lapped by a sea with shallow waters. It is framed by green Mediterranean shrub and enhanced by splendid pink coloured rocks. From the Guardia del Turco(Turks’ Lookout) above the beach, you can admire the panorama that takes in the western coast of La Maddalena and the western coast of the Island of Caprera.