The village of Stintino was founded in 1885 by the ex-inhabitants of the island of Asinara, who were evicted after the founding of a penal colony on the island.
There are two ports at Stintino, Porto Nuovo and Porto Vecchio. Both are able to host all kinds of boats and provide the services connected to sailing. Some piers host the boats equipped for travelling tourist excursions and for the Asinara island.
Super petit village de pêcheurs composé de deux 'calas' profondes.
Au sud Porto Minore fréquenté par les pêcheurs.
Au nord Porto Mannu, petite marina sympathique.
Port Mannu: ne peut être utilisé que par les bateaux avec 2,3m maxi de tirant d'eau.
The park begins at Capo Galera to continue toward the gulf of Porto Conte that is protected by two promontories, Punta Giglio and Capo Caccia-Monte Timidone. The marine protected area embraces the stretch of sea to the north-west of Punta Cristallo.Almost all of the park consists ...
Coordinates WP 40° 56', 12N 08° 13', 97E DescriptionThe harbour Marina of Stintino is located below the jetty of the port of Stintino, is equipped with floating and fixed docks complete with water and electricity DangersShoal in front ...
Piana Island (23 m high) can ideally be considered as the link between Stintino Peninsula, bordered to the north by Capo Falcone and the island of Asinara. Its name comes from the flatness and surface low and steady. It is close to nearby beaches of Pelosa and Pelosetta, of Stintino. The ...