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Porto Flavia is one of Sardegna’s wonders. This extraordinary monument of industrial archaeology looms over an enchanting coastline, gifting visitors with a breathtaking vista of the thousand-shaded blue Masua sea, and on the evocative Pan di...more
This place is an old mine that is interesting to visit. Make sure you have proper shoes for the visit, because if you year flip-flops or sandals they will make you rent some shoes.
There is a small beach nearby that is quite nice and...More
We were there with our babyboy and although the English tour was scheduled an hour later, we got our own private tour because they didn't want us to wait so long. That was very nice! The guide was very ambitious and knew everything about that...More
Porto Flavia is fascinating and beautiful on many levels. The role that engineering technology played on changing the economics of this loading port (and the associated mine) and the impact that had on the local community is vividly displayed and brought back to life.
I'll begin with the tickets booking: it was terrible, you need to book your tickets on a website where everything is on italian, what is not acceptable for such tourist attraction. The road to the site is asphalted only till the beaches, you have to...More
Our guide spoke English and more than once told me I'm welcome to ask any questions I have in English, which I did. The best time to visit is on a hot summers day as the tunnels are cool and fresh.
Bring a torch! It's...More
I was lucky enough to walk-in on an off season day, and got in without reservation.
I took the tour in Italian (being my first language), and the guide was excellent.
(There was a tour in English, but I cannot vouch for that).
My husband and I visited porta flavia this afternoon. We were greeted by an English speaking guide, Giovanna, who was bright and made this guided tour a most enlightening one. Once we donned the yellow hard hats, we were given an initial talk about the...More
This harbour is peculiar.
Not another one like this in the entire world.
So, it's time to visit.
Reservation: a quarterof point less. you'll need one and it's nor as easy as it seems.
try to check availability via e-mail, it's better than using the...More
This tour is only in Italian, which is fine with us, but there were some visitors who were given discounts because it was obvious that they wouldn't understand a word. We ended up interpreting the whole thing into French for one couple. Our guide, Tiziana,...More