On the northernmost stretch of the coastal road that runs along the entire perimeter of the island of La Maddalena you’ll find the enchanting beach of Bassa Trinita. It is shielded between a 128-metre-high rocky spur, once used as a military battery, and small granite coves connected to each other. The name comes from an ancient church, called ‘Della Trinità’, which was built immediately after the occupation of the island (in 1767) and stands in the centre of a small village once inhabited by Corsican people.