Grotta del Fico a nature wonder in Sardinia
Grotta del Fico is now open for Summer season, from 10am to 3pm (last tour starting time)!
Tra le più amate grotte della Sardegna per la collocazione, le caratteristiche speleologiche e per le visite appassionanti!
How to reach Grotta del Fico?
Why visit Grotta del Fico?
it’s an extraordinary journey,
halfway between mountain and sea
its formations are spectacular,
step by step
guided tours inside the cave
are interesting and fun
it used to be the last shelter for
Mediterranean Monk Seals
Great excursion, knowledgeable guide
We came here as part of an excursion on our boat tour. Well worth a visit. The guide we had was extremely knowledgeable and spoke to us both in English and Italian. It’s a lovely escape from the heat for an hour or so. Highly recommend.
Informative, entertaining and factual.
accessible by sea. It was informative and the facts kept the children (9, 11 and 13) entertained for the duration of the tour (around 45 minutes).
Our guide spoke excellent English and was very open to questions. The tour is taken on an easy network of walkways and steps.
The caves are inspiring and have an air of mystery about them, given their formation over a period of thousands of years.
We enjoyed it and would recommend adding it to your boat trip. It was a welcome respite from the sun as well as being an excellent attraction in its own right.
Fascinating guided tour of this beautiful cave, reachable only by boat (or extreme SCUBA..!) accessed from a landing stage via steel staircase up the cliff (moderate fitness required, not for the disabled). A very interesting and genuinely knowledgeable local guide took us round the show cave, which is still being explored.
we’re here for any question
Porto Turistico S. Maria Navarrese 08040 Baunei (NU)