Immerse yourself in the wonderful Porto Conte Park among the various sites that make up the Ecomuseum, just a few kilometers from the city of Alghero.
A huge naturalistic, environmental, architectural and cultural-historical heritage that from the city, entering the hinterland and along the coast, rich in inlets and beaches, reaches the geo-site of Capo Caccia, famous for the spectacular belvedere of the Foradada from which unique and evocative itineraries depart for enthusiasts and visitors of all ages. A true open-air environmental museum, a dynamic ecomuseum that can be visited in different and personalized ways following the expectations of those who want to venture and dive inside a protected territory rich in a multi-thousand-year history: from the evidence of the Neolithic, to the Nuragic civilization, to that of the Roman Empire, to the history of foreign dominations, to the evidence of World War II, to the present day.
You will spend the day within a naturalistic area that holds a cultural and historical heritage waiting to be discovered.
They are part of the ecomuseum:
There are several refreshment stations within the park.
The Park can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am and on Mondays from 3:30 pm.