ปอร์โต คอนเต,อัลเกโร, ซาร์ดิเนีย, อิตาลี Porto Conte, Alghero (Sassari), Italy
Porto Conte, a natural creek of the Riviera del Corallo, a town on the northwest coast of Sardinia, protected by the establishment of the Regional Natural Park of Porto Conte. It is enclosed between the Capo Caccia and Punta Giglio karstic headlands. Alghero is about 20 km away. It measures from the mouth to the bottom 6 km, with a width of about 2.5 km. The coastline is formed by small creeks, cliffs and the long sandy beach of Pineta Mugoni.
Known in Roman times as Nimpharum Portus, or Porto delle Ninfe, is one of the largest natural harbors in the Mediterranean, sheltered by the northwest winds. For this reason, it has always been of great strategic importance in the past centuries.
Porto Conte is located about 20 km from Alghero and about 40 km Northeastern of Sassari and about 250 kilometres from Cagliari.
How to reach Porto Conte?
Alghero and Olbia have airports which connect North Sardinia with many destinations in Italy and Europe.
• HOW TO REACH PORTO CONTE FROM ALGHERO AIRPORT?
From the airport, you can take the big blue-red bus ARST (the bus stop it's just on the right side of the main EXIT) and get off in “Via Catalogna” after 4 stops. Then, you should get on the line bus 9321 and take off at the stop Tramariglio after 18 stops.
You can buy the tickets at the airport or in the bus:
Bus from Alghero Airport to Alghero Via Catalogna:
Bus from Alghero Via Catalgna to Tramariglio: