The Beach of Margidore
The narrow peninsula of Capo Stella separates this beach from the better known one of Lacona next to it.
Margidore, consisting of fine to middle sized smooth pebbles, is 600 metres long, and is in the Gulf of Stella, facing the town of Capoliveri and the peninsula of Calamita.
Unlike the much busier Lacona, apart from a small part where there is a bar and a pedalò rental, the rest of this very quiet beach is free.
There is a mooring wharf and a small pier for small boats that is sheltered by the peninsula of Capo Stella on the right.
In the afternoon, it is well worth renting a pedalò or small boat and going for a swim or doing some snorkeling in the waters of the tiny beach on the left, just off Capo Pini.
There is only road that takes you to the beach, at the far end on the western side of the coastal road for Lacona, at the start of the Capo Stella peninsula, in the Commune of Capoliveri; it is clearly signposted, and just follow it for about 100 metres to get right to the beach.