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Wild Asinara Park, Sassari

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • just hopped on the boat at the Marina of Stintino we met our guides on the Park, Francesca and Giuliana, who immediately put at ease; then went down to the stove and get crews for jeeps, we did our guided visit Asinara and frankly Francesca our guide was very good, both as Cicero that the Judas; We stopped often to admire fauna, flora and landscapes and make pictures and explanation for each particular have always been excellent. the off road tour is durations all the day was very nice and pleasant, definitely needs to be redone. Recommended!
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  • one of the things "required" to do is visit Asinara. Can be made in different ways, bike, train, jeep. I must say I was lucky to find this company that arranged a wonderful day. Antonella, our talented Guide, accompanied us on letting us go back years. The first settlements, the Lazaretto, the high security prison. Then move on to nature thankfully now pristine. Wild animals (horses, donkeys, goats, moufflons) perfumes of Mediterranean vegetation that enriched the show that each moment opened front. In just a couple of coves is permitted to bathe (right) and we took advantage of us like the other groups that were visiting that day. Great lunches. Spectacular, only pictures can bring justice to places visited. Every word would be useless.
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  • We were with the whole family on Asinara and all came back excited, especially thanks to the fantastic Director Francesca. We have booked a day trip with car including crossing by boat. On your own, we'd have seen small fraction of what we are likely to see thanks to our excellent tour guide. Certainly we would not find alone the beach where we spent our break. The island is too large to explore it on foot (especially not in one day), and the narrow-gauge railway runs only a very limited range, I admit - boring. A tour of how we have done it was informative, interesting and really well done and I found reasonable the price (55 euro in the summer 2016).
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