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Grotte di San Giovanni, Domusnovas

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  • Both for the Sardinians alike, I believe the cave of San Giovanni a must see in the way of knowledge. The cave is lit at times so a torch is essential to enjoy its beauty, which is also accessible to the disabled and children, remember to bring a jacket because the temperatures inside are always lower. I don't want to dwell into descriptions because they are on the internet in abundance, though the cave is a protected monument and placed in an exceptional natural setting that will give certainly a great satisfaction for the time necessary to his knowledge. One rule: we respect the gift that nature made us!
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  • I am very familiar with the caves of St. John to have them attend. The summer is my favorite because when in the country near the sunlight is enough to approach close to the caves is a wonderful coolness there. Many years ago the caves were passable by car, but now, quite rightly, neither is precluded circulation. Then everyone walking. It is well lit for about 900 meters. Often we see climbers, as the cliffs are perfect for this sport. The only sore point the presence of pigeons that made their natural nest resulting in dirt that results. Still worth a visit.
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  • I visit these caves since I was little. Over the years many improvements have been made, especially that of being unable to cross it with the car. For a few years you can travel only by foot or by bicycle and in addition to safeguarding the overall status of the cave, gives you the opportunity to admire all its peculiarities. Unfortunately for some years has closed the bar restaurant adjacent to the cave and therefore you go less!
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  • Very impressive, worth a visit, but the floor, especially below the entrance, is full odf pigeon crap.
  • It's a very nice cave. I would recommend everyone to visit the cave with a flashlight.
  • Formerly passable by car, now closed to traffic, on foot and by bike. Are a spectacle of nature. Lighting is scarce in some places, so it is advisable to get the torch, just in case. If you are near Domusnovas you cannot visit them.
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  • Wonderful. A lifetime experience
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  • I tried going but I found it closed although the guides said they were open the proloco should ensure to avoid load speed
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