How to get to Asinara. And what to see once you reach your destination
- Published: 13-03-2018
- Category: News & Info
How to get to Asinara? If you are asking this question, it means you are thinking of giving yourself a holiday in Sardinia and you are going to visit this beautiful island, where there are so many activities to do.
From Porto Torres
Getting to Asinara is very simple. The island is entirely part of the municipality of Porto Torres, which will be the privileged starting point to reach the island. In fact, in the area of the port of this city on the north coast of Sardinia, there are some information kiosks where to take the tickets and find all the information necessary for the boat trip to the island.
Alternatively, you can take part in guided tours organized directly by the Asinara National Park. For more information on this, you can consult the official website Parcoasinara.org.
And to get to Porto Torres? You only have to book a place on one of the ferries to Sardinia that stop at this location. Ferries depart from some of the main ports, such as Genoa and Civitavecchia.
What to see and what to do…
Now you know how to get there, but what to do and what to see once landed on the island? Also from this point of view we can give you useful advice.
- An excellent idea would be to do some healthy trekking to Asinara, with seven paths through nature that will lead you to discover the beauty of this destination.
- If you are looking for some suggestions a bit more “classic”, we can provide you with an itinerary with things to see absolutely in Asinara.
- Finally, you can not talk about the Asinara without mentioning its beautiful beaches: you will see places like Cala d’Arena, Cala Sant’Andrea and Cala Sabina.
…also in Porto Torres
We return to the starting point. Because also Porto Torres is a city to see (and it’s no coincidence if this place is one of the most beautiful in Sardinia). You could, therefore, organize your holiday in order to spend a couple of days here and discover places like the Basilica of San Gavino, the palace of King Barbaro, the Maetzke spa and the Pallottino spa.
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