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Grotta di San Michele di Ozieri

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Grotta di San Michele di Ozieri

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Vicolo San Michele, 07014, Ozieri, Sardinia Italy
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monsoon2016 wrote a review Aug 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom19 contributions12 helpful votes
Not the biggest cave in Sardinia, but we really enjoyed the tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and it fit perfectly in our tour of the very beautiful village of Ozieri.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sarah B wrote a review Apr 2019
Chelmsford, United Kingdom425 contributions77 helpful votes
We wanted to see some caves as the Grotta di Neptune was shut and came from Alghero. We found it quite difficult to find as it was market day and ended up parking near a sign for the caves which bizarrely didn’t give clear instructions on how to find them! We were walked there by a local resident. The caves themselves are quite small and we had a brief tour which we found fascinating. Just a word of caution there is part of the tour which takes you through a small cave and I did feel slightly claustrophobic as you do need to bend down low to pass through. We spent about 20 minutes here. You are shown items that were found here in a guide book at the end of the tour. We also saw pictures of the now extinct Sardinian Pike mammal which was a cross between a mouse and a rabbit. The ticket office doubles up as tourist information but the guide didn’t know that the Grotta di Neptune was shut and more to the point sent us to a shut restaurant!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jasmin H wrote a review Sep 2017
Rommerskirchen, Germany26 contributions7 helpful votes
When arriving at the big parking space we had to wait for half an hour until 15:00 as the office was still closed. In the internet or travel guides you might find the opening time to be 14:00 so be aware that it opens at 15:00 at least in august 2017 when we were here. There is a small café next to it, where you can wait if necessary. At first we had to search for the office, as it is on the back of the parking space, so on the other side than the cafe. After the office was opened we paid 3€ per person for a combined ticket, with which you could also visit nearby museums and after some minutes waiting time, a guide led us and another couple to the small cave. He spoke Italian but asked in the beginning if we would understand and from then on always gave me time to translate to my boyfriend. The guide knew a lot about the history of the cave and explained everything very well. The cave itself is not very big with three small chambers and very tiny tunnels in between, but it is very beautiful and historically important. After the extensive visit of the cave the guide showed us more pictures and other objects in the office and also gave us a booklet about the region and tips where to go next. I absolutely recommend the tiny cave as it is very interesting and the guides are well informed and friendly.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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abba_druche wrote a review Aug 2017
UK38 contributions38 helpful votes
We had a guided tour when we visited. The cave is not big but the geological structures are interesting, the way through the various rooms makes it feel like a personal discovery and the cave itself is historically very significant. On a hot day it is also delightfully cool. I recommend visiting. In August 2017 it cost 3 euros each.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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seolram wrote a review Jun 2016
Leiden, The Netherlands901 contributions394 helpful votes
Granted: it is not biggest cave I ever did see, but who cares! This place is packed with heritage, history, stories.... Our guide did an amazing job telling the story of the discovery of the cave and its findings, ( great addition on what we had seen in the archaeological museum, combo ticket). She spoke both German and English and was passionate about the heritage of Sardinia. Loved the tour!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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