Stintino Country Paradise
Travel Blogs from Stintino
... busier in the evening after 8pm when hundreds of people would come out with their families, dogs, bikes.. for dinner and of course gelato.
By the sea, there was a street where lots of vendors would display their food, desserts and crafts, pics ...
... Grotto di Nettuno (Caves up Neptune) After descending 652 steps we ended up at these caves and took the tour, seeing incredible Stalagmites and Stalactites formed by dripping fresh water from above and depositing calcium carbonates to form incredible columns in this massive cave.
After the last evening spent having gelato and watching the sunset, we hopped on the Ryanair flight back home and were left craving just one more plate of pasta or pizza of Alghero!
... and opportunity to see family and friends before hopping on a big journey.
It couldn't go smooth, could it? We started off breaking up in the airport when he arrived. Under pressure I stayed cool until I burst out again - packed my stuff and said I'm going to the hotel. His family lost hope in me I guess. It will be very hard to get it back.
We made up the next day, as usual! I see the positive side of it ...
... they assume it’s low quality wine and won’t drink it!”.
We visit Neptunes Caves the next morning: our last full day in Sardinia. In getting there we start to understand why the tourist official suggested we take the boat. Even with a map it’s not obvious to find: very few roadsigns and from the car-park some 600 steep steps descend a cliff-face to sea-level. The “Grotte” is a series of stunning caves ...
... the best part of the adventure) we entered at sea level the massive cave complex w/ massive stalactites and columns. Full of still sea water connected the sea by siphons 90 feet under sea level. Taking advantage of our sporadic weather when we could; a day of liming on the beach was the logical thing to do on a hot cloudless day. Watching the turquoise ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking