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Ferries from Alghero

by selkie1

Hi folks,

I'm staying in Alghero in September for two weeks, and I wondered where else can you get to by ferry or boat from Alghero for day trips? I've heard that it's possible to get a ferry to Corsica - is this correct?

Are there any other places accessible by ferry or boat for a day trip or overnight trip?

Many thanks.

Re: Ferries from Alghero

by Paisleypaul

Navi Sarda is the main boat excursions company, from the top 1/2 day trip to the Grotta di Nettuno to all day island hopping. Their shop front is right at the start of Via Garibaldi - just past the last of the Centro Storico fortifications and all the boats leave from here. Didn't see Corsica as a day trip though.


http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8ec24/263e6/9/

Re: Ferries from Alghero

by domenicococozza

The nearest point to Alghero where ferries run to Corsica is Golfo Aranci.
This is on the North East side of the island.

Re: Ferries from Alghero

by nyxxx

You could travel along the northern coast of Sardinia -very beautiful!- and take a ferry from Santa Teresa to Ajaccio.

I think it's the shortest (& cheapest) way. And Ajaccio is a truly magnificent town... you'll see! :-)

Travel Tips for Alghero

Alghero: Typical streets

by BeChar

Streets in the old town centre of Alghero are typical. There are nearly all stone paved and so narrow, it's difficult and unpleasant to drive a car although they are allowed and used!
Houses are colourful with Venetian shutters, sometimes with hanging linen.
Notice in the pictures other particularities in Alghero: wandering cats, street names in two languages (Italian and Catalan).

Walking with hands in the back: a typical attitude of elderly men ? (See Picture)

Trip to Cagliary

by Maria250

"..Cagliari is really rich in monuments and history. You absolutely must visit the Quartiere Castello, with its typical medieval lanes, in the same style of the white limestone Towers that emerge from the old town centre. Finally we advice you to see, especially in the evening while drinking a good aperitif, the St Croce Bastion, from where you can admire the Gulf of Cagliari and the nearby Elephant Tower."

http://www.italialodging.com/tourist_information_cagliari.htm

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