A deep calcareous fjord that closes with a small, stupendous little beach with large glossy pebbles, embraced by steep cliffs. Cala Fico is a gem set in the northwestern coast of the San Pietro island, in the Carloforte territory, to the north of the majestic Capo Sandalo promontory, where Italy’s westernmost lighthouse stands. The beautiful cove with rocky shoreline, sheltered by a white calcareous promontory that dominates the landscape, creates a wild, uncontaminated atmosphere. The sea is clear, with beautiful colours that change from green to azure. The seabed is shallow and mostly made of rocks and pebbles, the home of several species of fish that turn any diving experience here into a documentary-level event. A veritable paradise for snorkelling and underwater fishing.