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Bue Marino Caves is 7km long and the visit is only for the first kilometre. We have seen 4 cave halls. The structures are impressive, a variety, beautiful, well preserved. The walkway inside is made of a steel construction, stable and flat. With a light,...More
We hired a kayak in Cala Gonone to get here. It is a must see place. Come here in the morning or before noon, because in the afternoon more bigger boats come. Every hour there is a guided tour, we got there for the 11:40...More
The famous Grotta del Bue Marino is divided in two parts. The southern part is the one accessible by boat, very touristic. The Northern branch of the Grotta is much less known and only accessible by foot, via a small trail starting in Cala Fuilli...More
We went by boat from Cala Ganone, bought ticket additionally to Bue Marino with English speaking guide. Stalactites and stalagmites were incredible. Bue marino was a place where seals were giving birth to children in the past.We were not allowed to take photos unfortunately.
I felt the place was worth the 8 Euro entrance fee. It is amazing to see the history of thousands of years in a single cave, as well as how much it took to human kind to push out the previous inhabitants, monk seals (bue...More
The caves are really fascinating. Unfortunately only one kilometre of the total 17km long caves is opened to tourists. Another unique wonder of nature in Sardinia after the many nuraghe towers.
Our guide was excellent, but the trip organiser was a bit annoying.
The Bue Marino caves are well worth visiting! Amazing result of nature. Entry was only 8 EUR per person and had an English speaking (not fluent) tour guide. We rented a boat for a full day and dropped by the caves, very glad we did!...More
We stayed in Sardinia for two weeks. First one in Costa Rei, the second in Cala Gonone. Sardinia is not a hip and young place. Infrastructure is close to zero - few restaurants with the same menu throughout the island. I guess it is a...More