Stunning view on both of the sides over the sea and the bay, the stones are little but slippery so be careful when you walk.
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The most popular VF in Sardinia, this route includes some long cliff ledge traverses and vertical (sometimes overhanging) sections. Suitable for those experienced in VF or klettersteig, or the inexperienced as long as they are accompanied by guide.
Fantastic view! Everyone visiting Alghero should go to Capo Caccia. There are so many panoramic points. Also different hiking trails. Very strong nature.
All the area nearby is interesting, nice, etc... the cave is not so big but nice. Also if you need to return and to do many steps to be back it will not be heavy as the view is very nice
The Cliffs as well as the impressive limestone cave were well worth the trip! We came in by boat - from Alghero (roughly 30 min ride) Spent around 30 min in the cave Roughly 30 minutes back There are different offers for different boats, but as far as I remember, they all cost the same. There are plenty of choices... More
Near Alghero you can admire wonderful cliffs in Capocaccia, you take 20 minutes from Alghero by car. You can see a fantastic sea and a very little isle called Foradada, there aren't enough words to describe the fantastic view.
Great views if you take the stairs. You need to be reasonable fit to do so. Entrance fee needs to be paid at the bottom just before entering the cave. It is overcrowded. Make sure you are in the front of the line. At least when the guide speaks you can directly see what he is talking about instead of... More
Such beautiful caverns in this grotto. Who would of suspected what lie beneath that mountainous ledge. so many mysteries in Sardinia