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The Sea Ox Cave

The Sea Ox Cave

The name Bue Marino (sea ox) derives from the Sardinian name of the monk seal, which, in the past,found refuge ..

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Cala MarioluSunrise at Cala Mariolu

The bay with its white pebbles and the emerald green sea water appears especially beautiful in the morning, when it is bathed in the light of the rising sun.

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Villaggio nuragico

The nuragic village Tiscali

The nuragic village is built inside a huge dolina on top of Monte Tiscali, surrounded by a unique natural ...

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Cala LunaA hiking trip to Cala Luna

Two hours hiking on a trail with breathtaking viewsto one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean.Cala Luna seems to be created for a movie ....

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Aquarium of Cala Gonone

Visit the Aquarium of Cala Gonone

Open every day.

acquario calagonone

http://www.acquariocalagonone.it/

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