Bassa Trinità is probably the most famous and visited beach in the island. It is one of the main attractions of the Archipelago, thanks to its fine white sand, the blue and turquoise sea water. It takes its name from its location (in the past defined Abbassu ‘a Trinita), that is down the slopes of the hill where stands the homonymous church. You can reach it by car from the panoramic road and then walking on a system of boardwalks that protect an enchanting belt of sand and wild dunes. In the past, these dunes – now protected by the rules of the National Park – occupied a larger space up to the asphalt roadway, and over.