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Beaty G wrote a review Sep 2015
54 contributions38 helpful votes
We took the bus from Alghero to Maristella. From the bus stop it is approx. a 5 minute walk along the Main Street until you reach the entrance to the national park on the left. Take one of the routes down to the cape, and you will walk through largely untouched Mediterranean nature, with increasingly stunning views of capo caccia... When walking along the seaside you can take a quick dip into the sea, or go snorkeling if you brought your equipment! …
Date of experience: August 2015
Zhivko_A wrote a review Jul 2015
Klagenfurt, Austria8 contributions5 helpful votes
Well orginsed diving Center with experienced staff. The diving spots are very good and could satisfy various tastes - cliff diving, red coral, cave divings with some passages of more than 40 meters.
Date of experience: June 2015
jagkramer wrote a review May 2015
amsterdam36 contributions21 helpful votes
Via ferrata in Capo Caccia, in spectacular setting above the blue sea with perfect guide and perfect equipment. Anyone in good health (and without fear of heights!) can enjoy this!
Date of experience: May 2015
AxPh wrote a review May 2013
Waterloo, Belgium139 contributions38 helpful votes
I must say that we really enjoyed diving with the Porto Conto diving club. From the first email contact to the welcome, the professional approach and the excellent atmosphere, we like all of it. Even our children were well taken care of.
Date of experience: May 2013