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Grotta del Bue Marino

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Grotta del Bue Marino

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DOLPHIN OBSERVATION<br><br>Dolphin Watching is one of the most requested trips. Dolphins have lived free in Golfo Aranci for a long time and now recognize our boats. It starts from the MARINA DI OLBIA port and we make a tour to the Capo Ceraso and Tavolara islands. We visit the Doctor's Beach and stop for snorkeling. . In our excursions we offer a good aperitif on board based on always fresh Sardinian ingredients. We make numerous stops to enjoy the beautiful sea of Sardinia and take many baths to cool off after sunbathing. Furthermore, on the islet of Figarolo, among the Mediterranean scrub, it is often possible to spot the mouflons that permanently populate the island and, in the period of late summer, the gray herons.<br>We have experience in the field of boat trips for a long time, our excursion is now known as one of the best trips to do in Olbia and Golfo Aranci. We are waiting for you on board. Happy holiday
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jenjacoby wrote a review Jul 2019
Rome, Italy5 contributions3 helpful votes
Our boat cruise stopped here and we had to pay 10 euros a person extra for this tour (they did not tell us that in advance). So that already annoyed me. But the worst thing was the Bue Marine tour people waited until they had about 70 people before the tour started! There was no where to sit so we were just standing there in a big herd for 30 minutes waiting fir more people to arrive. Then for group of 70, there was one tour guide talking to all of us just in a group (no speakers or headsets). So you can imagine it was very difficult to hear and understand him also since his English had a strong accent. You basically walk in 1 kilometre and the walk back. He stopped us three times to tell us things but we could not hear/understand. You are not allowed to take pictures even without a flash. Despite the name, there are no seals as they all died out.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Eirik Kvalheim wrote a review Sep 2018
Oslo, Norway56 contributions18 helpful votes
Me and my girlfriend decided to walk to the cave, which was a nice hike with exeptional view and some really cool trails, but unfortunately there was two entrances to the cave, a north entrance (which the walking trail leads to), and a south entrance which the boat goes into. Normally the north entrance is closed, but if it is open, remember to order a ticket (in the city) before starting to walk. Also when going down the mountain from the parking area (end of the road) the trail for going to the cave starts right where you get out of the forest. Keep an open eye for a small sign to "Bue Marino" straigh ahead (when having the beach to the left). Good luck!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Jackbasic2011 wrote a review Aug 2018
Bergschenhoek, The Netherlands210 contributions55 helpful votes
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, hand driven wheelchair also accessible with some help of others (esp. on the boat). No stairs of steps up or down to take. Inside the cave temperature is about 20*C. The guide spoke in English, good enough for us :-) She provided general info on caves as well as historical detail of Bue Marino. The caves and boat trip are separate activities. You’ll need a boat to get to the cave. Arrange to get yourself a ticket for both the cave as well as a boat (of your choice). Some boats also offer a cruise with a visit to some beaches and the cave including. We have bought our tickets early morning in the harbour of Cala Gonone (no need to book an excursion days ahead in July).
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Krisztikem wrote a review Jul 2018
Budapest, Hungary16 contributions4 helpful votes
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 tour. Take a big towel or some light t-shirt on, because there is under 20 degrees in the cave, but it is ok, you will not freeze. The entry was 9 eur, and we got a very detailed explanation from Salvatore, who speaks the best english on the island I think;) really, never heard an italian speaking so nice and fluently and with passion to this fabulous place. The caves are incredibly nice with its stalactites and especially interesting that the river meets the see in the cave. So the stories about the Bue Marino ;) This is a must see place in Sardinia. Mind that in the peak season the path is closed, the cave is only acessible by boat or kayak.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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gtsaperstein wrote a review Jul 2018
Piedmont, California55 contributions51 helpful votes
It can be a long wait to get a little rowboat to go in, but once in you will see what the talk is about.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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