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Diving in Sardinia: holidays, relax and scuba courses

11 Febbraio 2022 | By

We’re ready for the new season in Alghero, Sardinia. Try the wonderful experience of a diving course or a snorkeling day in the Marine Protected Area of Capo Caccia – Piana Island.

The area of Capo Caccia, recognized UNESCO heritage, is famous worldwide for the presence of underwater and semi-submerged caves. In the Diving center are operating specialized professionals and certified personnel who know thoroughly the seabed and the caves of the Coral Riviera.

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Relax, fun, culture, sports and emotions: poker hand for Alghero and Capo Caccia

18 Gennaio 2018 | By

The entrance of the big bay of Porto Conte. In the background Capo Caccia

A holiday in Sardinia, at Alghero with “the Coral Riviera”, is fascinating and extraordinary in many ways. In fact, a period of relaxation in this area is enriched by cultural cues of considerable interest. In a part of the territory, which is not so big, stunning historical and archeological finds dating back to the Prenuragic and Nuragic ages are kept.
The Necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is the largest Prenuragic area in Sardinia. It was discovered by chance in 1903, during the excavations for the building of a farmhouse. The finding of some human bones encouraged further excavations, until crockery, jewels and several hypogean graves were discovered. Over the years, a total of 38 Domus de Janas (Home of the Fairies) were discovered,

The Palmavera nuraghe

along with underground graves dating back to three different historic periods: the civilization of Ozieri (3500 B.C.), of the bell-shaped vase (2000-1900 B.C.), and of Bonnanaro (1800 B.C.).
Don’t miss, nearby, the magnificent Nuragic complex of Palmavera. The main keep dates back to the Fifteenth-Fourteenth century B.C., and can be still visited in all its parts; including the large central room with a tholos cupola. Considered the structure of the complex, which was built at the foot of the Doglia Mountain, archaeologists presume that it was surrounded by cabins and refuges. The second cycle of life of the Nuraghe, started after the first half of the Ninth century B.C., when a second keep was added and the first one was covered with blocks of sandstone, a very common (Read more)

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