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    Sardinia is a small but very varied Island; the scenery of its beaches is colorful almost everywhere you go. One of choises to enjoy on beaches and inland places is to create an itinerary for 7 to 14 days staying for 3 or 4 days at a time in Sardinia hotels Spend some time on the Costa Smeralda, move to Alghero, famous Stintino or explore nuraghe arround Sassari. If you have enough of time then enjoy a visit in the bustling centre of Cagliari.

     

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    Capo Caccia - Sardinia

    Porto Conte Sardinia - nature reserve

    Porto Conte bay is closed to the west and east by two capes: Punta del Giglio and Capo Caccia. The second one - Capo Caccia is with summit Monte Timodone 362 m above sea and from far around looks like immense rock fortress. Betwen capes lies smaller or longer beaches where the favorites is Mugoni beach.

     

    Porto Conte bay

    Driving from Alghero to Cape Capo Caccia take poor half an hour. Cape was named after a hunt to wild pigeons. In particular, small peninsula is known for its underground cave - Neptune's Cave, which has a gate just above the sea surface. Capo Caccia - cape of Caccia

    To the Neptune's cave


    From the top of Cape Capo Caccia in nice weather you can enjoy a picturesque view to the wild cliff's coast. Just below the lighthouse is also the starting point for the descent to the famous Neptune's Caves. Downhill is possible under the 600 stairs. Access to the entrance of the cave is possible also with the tourist ship or boat. Accommodation near Mugoni beach one can be found in a nearby hotel of Porto Conte bay , in camps along the coast in the direction of the beach Le Bombarde or in private accommodation like villa and appartments

    View from Capo Caccia to Foradada island Wild cliffs of Capo Caccia Map of Capo Caccia and Porto Conte bay

    On the top of Capo Caccia cape

     

    The entrance fee entry to the Neptun's Cave is required to pay . The cave is approximately 2,5 km long. Guided tour lasts around 20 minutes and visit the 200 m at the end - quite modest in comparison to other cave visits. After the visit ones can find pleasant bays and freshen up in the sea.

    Steps to the Neptune's cave

     

     

     

     

    The area around Capo Caccia is very interested for divers. There are about twenty dive sites where probably the most interesting are wrecks.