It is the second largest island of the archipelago, as well as a fully protected area. Caprera is connected to La Maddalena by a 600-metre bridge, built in 1958. In addition to its beauty, the island is famous for being Giuseppe Garibaldi’s last place of residence. The White House preserves his memories: the Hero of the two worlds resided here for 26 years before his death: at 6.21 pm on 2 June 1882, as marked by the clock and the calendar in his room. Everyday objects, goods and relics can be found here, in the Compendio Garibaldino, one of the most frequently visited museums in Italy.