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#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cala Gonone
... all around, the water sound, even the silence, if you have the chance to hear it: everythings offers an extraordinary moment close to the acient geological formation of the earth and the power of the nature.
... had a full day in Cala Gonone and decided to take a 2.5 hour tour of the massive cave known as Bue Marino, a 20-minute boat trip away, and an hour-long exploration of Cala Luna, one of Sardinia’s famous beaches.
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Grotta di Ispinigoli

Dorgali, Italy 2.8 mi away
#5 of 11 Nature & Parks in Dorgali
Anyway, the whole cave is quite interesting and worth visiting, especially if you are fond of caves), as it is wide, deep and has gorgeous nature sculptures inside.
The cave is worth a visit - it is a dead cave though, but with impressive fosile stalactites and stalagmites - if you are in the area, this is one great attraction.
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Grotta del Bue Marino

Sardinia, Italy 3.0 mi away
#270 of 627 Nature & Parks in Sardinia
The caves are incredibly nice with its stalactites and especially interesting that the river meets the see in the cave.
The Northern branch of the Grotta is much less known and only accessible by foot, via a small trail starting in Cala Fuilli (not long, but very hot in summer).