An isolated paradise for a dream holiday. 50 metres of sand, formed by the mouth of the River Liscia, connects the mainland to Isuledda, also known as Isola dei Gabbiani, a name that has become common more recently, due to the presence of a camping with the same name. The peninsular, surrounded by crystal clear sea in tones of blue and turquoise and overlooked by the green vegetation, covers 18 hectares within the territory of Palau. In what is also a small sanctuary for marine mammals, you'll also find disabled services, campsite and caravan parking, a large car park, boat and beach equipment for hire, bars and restaurants.