Parco nazionale dell`Asinara

Parco nazionale dell`Asinara

Parco nazionale dell`Asinara
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Veronika K
Prague, Czech Republic9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Couples
We rented mountain bike for our tour around the island and what a an exercise! Highly recommend, if you are not a sportsman, to rent an electric one. The island has a lot of steep hills.
Also try to book a bike directly from the providers on the island, otherwise you will be paying extra ferry ticket for the bike.
Also recommend to bring your own food, we found one place with food (the northern part of the island) and it was really expensive and not worth the money.
Written August 18, 2023
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Jasmin P
6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Solo
I took the ferry from Porto Torres (in July the ticket desk opens at 8am but get there early as tickets are limited, EUR15 return). On arrival in La Reale I hired a bike for EUR15 (electric bikes are EUR30 and electric buggy's EUR70) and cycled north to Cala d'Olivia. It was a great ride, some hills but it's no Tour de France, and you're rewarded with some of the most crystal blue bays I've ever seen. Visit the old prison on arrival and have a snack and say hi to Andreas at the L'Asino Bianco cafe. On this ride I saw the albino donkeys, regular donkeys and wild pigs.
I then chose to cycle south to Fornelli which is a long ride with lots of hills and not much at the end, I don't recommed it although it did allow me to see wild deer (with baby), wild goat (with adorable baby) and wild horses who trotted next to my bike for some time. The ride back to La Reale is easier than the ride out to Fornelli.
The water on the island isn't potable, take enough with you or be ready to buy more there.
Written July 17, 2015
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tarmar2017
Opole Province, Poland169 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
We took the ferry from Porto Torres ( there and back for 15 euros for 1 person). We spent there about half a day. It was worth. It's an amazing place . The scenery is stunning. Watch out wild donkeys, some of them are white. Must visit old jail and beach named Cala Sabina.
Written July 27, 2017
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Rutger T
The Hague, The Netherlands32 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 • Couples
We didn't get to visit the island because we arrived too late for the ferry. So I'd like to advise you to check the departures of the Ferry before going here. The company operating this ferry is called Delcomar. When I was at the ferry in the town Porto Torres the departure times were 8:15, 11:30 and 16:30. The last is only an option when you choose to stay a night on the island.
Written August 10, 2021
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MomTX
Southlake, TX59 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
If you miss the 10:30 ferry..... just go somewhere else!!!! We paid for a private Taxi to take us to the island because we did not know that there was only one ferry. After 200 euros, we arrived on the island to find out that it is all lies!!!! There are no Jeep’s to rent, no bicycles to rent, no private guides. There is NOTHING but a bus that comes around every 2 hours. The shorelines are deserted, rocky, and hot. There isn’t even a shade tree!!!!

There is a bar where you can give them money because they have you prisoner!!! You cannot get off this island until 5:00 pm

Heed, my WARNING!!!! Everything on the internet is a LIE!!!!
Written August 11, 2018
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ria2505
Cluj-Napoca, Romania74 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Couples
The island is nice, very beautiful, but so so hot there. Is like burinig your skin. We had a trip with a boat and was perfect! Very friendly staff, funny, warm etc. The company name is Antonio Primo 1941, info@antonioprimo.it or phone 3209444514. The price was 50 euro /pers, and we had the luch inlcuded: pasta, wine, cofee, dessert and digestivo. We've left at 8.30 am and returned in POrto Torres at 7.30 p,m. The boat stops around the island to jump from the boat, swim and snorkeling. Everything was excellent! Suitable for all ages.
Written August 21, 2013
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arcangelboo
England45 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Friends
We went on the Jeep excursion. Good fun, a mixture of on road and off road. The guide Ricardo was excellent, he knew everything there was to know about the history, flora and fauna of the Island. The trip included the boat across and a tour around the main places of Asinara and also a stop at one of the beautiful beaches. We saw lots of wildlife including wild boar, donkeys, horses, water birds, owls and even a snake.
Tips - take a sunhat and plenty to drink as some parts of the Island are quite exposed. Also take insect repellent as there were lots of flying creatures.
Written July 12, 2014
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Lily125
Montreal, Canada324 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2012 • Family
Visiting a secluded uninhabited island is certainly an experience that doesn't come about often and is usually memorable. Asinara island and national park is just one of those.
The boat departs from Stintino's new marina and it leaves exactly on time, so don't be late or you'll miss it.
The visit to the park is an all-day trip where you get to tour the island in a cute green train, visit what was once a prison and take a dip in the amazing waters of the island. Needless to say that the water there is out of this world. How many times do you get to swim in waters that are not accessible except to a few?
The island is famous for its white donkeys, so make sure to take a picture of one.
The ghost city left by the inhabitants who were forced to evacuate prior to the island hosting its prison, is quite interesting to visit.
I certainly recommend visiting this island as part of any vacation in Stintino. The trip can be booked at most travel/tourist agencies in Stintino
Written April 4, 2013
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Richard S
Bosa53 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This national park is splendid and beautiful . See the albino miniature donkeys, other wildlife. Swim in clear blue waters. Fabulous scenery and fascinating history. Well worth a visit.
Written September 8, 2012
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Karl
London, UK85 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Couples
Prepare to be robbed here, want water? 3€ per liter want a bike ride? 20€!!! want a bus shuttle? 10€ for just 10min drive to the hostel (nothing to do there at all) and you need to pay more to go to a different beach Spiaggia Sabina 7€ more for 5 min drive
The staff is so arrogant whem asked about why it is so expensive.. they don't care about tourists in this island they just want to pump your money!! vaffan..
Written July 29, 2020
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