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Spiaggia di Argentiera

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Spiaggia di Argentiera

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Via Carbonaia, 07100, Sassari, Sardinia Italy
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Dolphin Sighting Tour with Snorkeling
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Dolphin Sighting Tour with Snorkeling

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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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ChorleyLichfield wrote a review Nov 2019
Alghero, Italy103 contributions45 helpful votes
The beaches here are lovely. Given the size of the car park, I presume it gets very busy in peak season. I was expecting to see the old mining chimneys but did not see any.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Beaner4242 wrote a review Jul 2019
Gaeta26 contributions19 helpful votes
Argentiera is an old mining town with a rich yet ghost town like history. The beach is best characterized as a small beach that is frequented mostly by locals...it is not on the beaten path and one has to make a concerted effort to go there. It’s highlights include sparkling water and sand...I suspect this is due to flecks of silver on the sand due to the unique soil composition...notwithstanding, the accessibility from the parking area to the beach is noteworthy...my spouse sprained her ankle due to my rambunctious beach visits and this was the perfect recovery...a super accessible beach that is amazingly gorgeous.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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antonio lampis wrote a review Oct 2018
8 contributions9 helpful votes
Small beach with some rocks. Not crowded such as Alghero or Stintino. Quite, cozy. The parking is just few hundred yards from the beach. Up the hill there is a beautiful landscape.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Richard S wrote a review Aug 2017
Evesham, United Kingdom333 contributions133 helpful votes
We visited as a family looking for somewhere safe to swim with young children. This beach is unspoiled and shelves gently into the clear sea water, but the sand leading down to the water is very coarse. There are umbrellas and loungers to hire or you can bring your own. There is a small beachside cafe where you can buy filled rolls, salads and cold drinks.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Laura P wrote a review Apr 2017
Cambridge, United Kingdom3 contributions
Abandoned town. Not much to see. Beautiful beach but full of seaweed. Not suitable for swimming. Rather visit other places in the North of Sardinia.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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