Such a beautiful location, I strongly recommend taking the boat to get there for great views. Worth the visit.
The Neptune Cave was first discovered by fishermen, and the cave was full of stalagmites and stalactites.
Places with excellent scenery, especially the process of walking along the steps into the cave. Sea water on one side and rock wall on the other. There is an English commentary in the cave to lead the tour. From the top of the mountain to the cave, there are about 600 steps. The beautiful scenery is just beside you. It is very worth seeing and must not be missed. The fare seems to be non-EU 13, probably, I don’t remember.
The Neptune Cave, located in Alghero, Sardinia, is a seaside cave formed by natural evolution over thousands of years. The cave is dominated by stalactites, the cave is deep, and it looks very dreamy with artificial lighting.
The area of the karst cave is very large, the depth is not bottom, the stone inside is very beautiful