In the town of Sassari, in the north of Sardinia, there is a museum truly unique: the Museum of the Sea and Water. With this guided tour, you will enter the underground of the city to discover a little-known history immersed in a truly evocative scenery. We are talking about an ancient aqueduct, dating back to the nineteenth century, whose access is located under an elegant palace: the Liberty palace. Accompanied by many stories that distinguish its history, you will visit the long underground tunnel, 8 meters deep, where everything has remained unchanged since 1878. In addition, you can also admire the areas of the museum dedicated to Latin sailing boats and you will have access to the library of the sea consisting of thousands of publications! Book in comfort online and dive into this experience much appreciated by children!
The Museum of the Sea and Water, was created to raise awareness of the water cycle and the world of the sea on the environmental, historical and ethnological levels. The experience of the visit is oriented also in this sense and uses illustrative panels, models, relics of the world of Latin sailing and the birth of the nautical pleasure, as well as traditional hulls made by the most famous shipwrights of Stintino. The route of the visit follows that of the water that still flows along the tunnel and between cue from this to tell the characteristics of a structure born when there was still the power supply and therefore you had to take advantage of the natural characteristics of the bike of water and local orography