Punta Giglio
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jeffou
Petreto-Bicchisano, France160 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
Accessed from Porto Conte, the 1 and a half hour trail leading to Punta Giglio is extremely pleasant. Well signposted, it offers several options to walk with different lengths/difficulties. it is also a great spot for a morning run or off-road cycling. At the time we visited, it was super quiet and the forest environment made the air cool. When reaching the "punta", the view over Capo Caccia was stunning.
There seem to be some beaches access too from the walk and also options to go all the way to Alghero through the reserve but we did not try that.
Written May 21, 2018
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Louis B
Montreal, Canada150 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Couples
nice trek from the parking to the Punta, return following the trail by the water. Beautiful scenery. Need to pay to access the park, there are facilities at the top, great morning exercise.
Written June 7, 2023
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Jayt47
Hertfordshire, UK18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
A really fabulous walk through wonderfully scented forest along well defined paths and trails. Interesting old buildings.
Written September 18, 2018
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Colhera D
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Solo
I find the crue mumber of the puntagiglio
Very rude and not respectful at all for the tourist I did ask one number of the staff for a cup of water and he refused even I did pay 50 euro lunch including cruise
I find the staff not helpful and arrogant
Verry rare smiling I did like the places we visited the food was a very small portio of pasta I will not recommend puntagiglio for foreigners tourist my stay at alghero was a mazing except the cruise puntagiglio Very bad customer service
Written September 11, 2018
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Laura B
8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Friends
A slightly uphill route immersed in the scents of the Mediterranean scrub, which if desired can also be tackled with the comfortable shuttle (electric of course) leads slowly to a wonderful place, where it is possible to wander around in solitude and climb the cliffs without danger to stop, enchanted, surrounded by the blue of the sky and the sea, looking at Capo Caccia. Or you can go around with the guide who shows the history of this place, a former barracks from the fascist era, of which, after the renovation, some buildings and the typical fascist mottos remain. Or you can have an aperitif, attentive to local products and with many creative (and delicious) proposals, supervised, especially starting in the late afternoon, by the local mascot, the little fox, who is so reminiscent of the Little Prince, and is not a case that its author. Antoine de saint Exupery was here nearby (in fact, a nearby museum is dedicated to him). Or you can have lunch or dinner and the restaurant, certainly not cheap (but you know, you have to pay for quality), offers products that pay attention to the territory, whose tradition it enhances, with some creative variations, managing to delight the palate. Or, finally, you can stay to sleep in the renovated, essential and welcoming barracks.
At Punta Giglio the wonderful nature of this coast of Sardinia marries with history, the traces of which are evident and enhanced by the renovation and, if desired, with gastronomy. A truly enchanting combination.
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Written June 2, 2024
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