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My family spent a long weekend here at North West Sardinia during a hot and sunny July 2018. This was the first tourist place we visited. It was quite a long drive from the villa we were staying in at Sennori. Also it was difficult...More
I took my family here on the last day of our holiday. The views were amazing, but there is absolutely nothing to warn you about the amount of steps, a lot of which are uneven and worn. This is of course part of the beauty...More
Excellent cave near Alghero. The cave is more impressive than I expected, not very large, but with many beautiful shapes, so many different types of stalactites and stalagmites. We visited the cave by boat from the port of Alghero, the voyage by boat was approximately...More
We opted to drive here and walk over 600 steps down to the cave .It was a reasonable choice as we were staying in Alghero, had a hire car and it was pouring with rain!
However, if we had been visiting in peak season the...More
I thought that by mid Oct the crowds would have died down but because they only run the tour on the hour the group was still very big. No idea really why they don't let you go around on your own.
That said the caves...More
We loved our tour of these amazing caverns, so many different types of stalactites and stalagmites on show and over such a large area. The guide was clear delivering in Italian and English. The tour is €13 for adults which you pay at the cavern...More
Visited here on our last day of our trip to Sardinia. Decided to drive & do the stairs as we both get horribly seasick. The views on the way down/up are stunning. Absolutely incredible. And if you are anything like us, you will get plenty...More
Response from Nicolai W | Reviewed this property |
Just to clarify a bit: If you go by bus (or car) then you can access the cave directly from the (long) stairs. You don't have to go on a boat. You will pay a separate entrance fee for visiting the grotto.
I wouldn't. The floor in the Grotta is uneven, sometimes slick, and changes levels in low-light conditions. We noticed at least one place that had enough space under the guardrail that we commented that it would be possible... More
I wouldn't. The floor in the Grotta is uneven, sometimes slick, and changes levels in low-light conditions. We noticed at least one place that had enough space under the guardrail that we commented that it would be possible for a small child to slip through and fall a considerable distance. The gangway from the ship to the Grotta moves with the waves and would be difficult to navigate while holding a child.