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We arrived at 10 on a Saturday, but the next ferry was full so we waited at the coffee bar overlooking the beach for the 11.00. Lovely view over the bay. The boats are solid and they do tend to cram people in, but good...More
The part of the island which is possible to visit on a day trip is the sandy headland. There is no road and I saw people struggling with strollers. Not an ideal place for small kids in my opinion. No shadow.
Lovely water like everywhere...More
Great day on the island with a well run boat trip. On time pleasant staff know what they are doing, trips are going back and forth. You get your tickets from the ticket booth in the car park behind the harbour and beach area. Great...More
The boat crossing takes about 20 minutes each way. Buy your tickets at the ticket booth in the car park behind the quayside and make sure you arrive at the boat in time to get a seat as no one is allowed to stand for...More
Brilliant day out on Tavolara Island. Out of season it was quiet, and the skipper waited whilst we bought our tickets and just caught the 10 a.m. crossing. Great views from the boat. There were only two return trips, so we picked the later time...More
Tickets are not sold on the boat they have to be purchaced at the Biglietteria or ticket office before boarding. This is located on the car park accessed by either Via Molara or Via Tavolara, turn right off Via Pietro Nenni for both roads. Tickets...More
The small ferry leaves from the marina at Porto San Paolo. Check what times the boat goes across as its not all that frequent. We were there mid July and the last boat for lunch was about 1.30pm.
We came back at about 4pm, but...More
Since we traveled off-season there were No group boat trips across the island of Tavolara. We hired a smaller boat to cross the island. The two gentlemen was very nice and accommodating, also gave a very fair price and you won't feel like you have...More
Locals obviously know where this is but if you're a tourist it's harder to know that you follow signs for the port but head off by the sign Bighillaterie to buy your tickets before heading for the marina . If like is you head out...More