Within just 2 kilometres of the Agriturismo Isidoro there is a highly significant archaeological site the Nuragic complex at Palmavera where you can admire the two central towers around which are clustered 200 or so circular-plan houses. More archaeological delights await you at the ancient but intact Anghelu Ruju necropolis, which is not far from the renowned Sella & Mosca winery. Amongst all of the natural beauty on offer, the promontory of Capo Caccia stands out. This 168m-high chalky outcrop plays host to the spectacular Caves of Neptune, which are located just 10 minutes from the agriturismo and can be reached by sea or via the breathtaking Escala del Cabirol a set of steps that affords an exceptional view of the nearby island of Foradada. Alghero, a city with Catalan origins, is situated just a short drive from the agriturismo. Alghero has an interesting tourist port and a fascinating Catalan-Aragonese historical centre. In addition, the agriturismo also makes available sun loungers and parasols for use by guests.

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