Alghero, Sardinia

Posted in Architecture, Landscape, Travel at 9:21 pm by Warren Williams

Our first full day in Alghero, involved getting to know the local town, streets filled with various architecture, and enjoying the heat as it roasted towards 35┬░C.

Alghero Waterfront
Alghero Waterfront, streets are empty in the morning and lunch periods

Alghero House
A house in Alghero, overlooking the sea

Warren Statue
Not sure what the purpose of these stones were, but created my own statue ­čśë

Aloe Vera Growing in Alghero
Aloe Vera growing by the fortified town

Alghero Courtyard
Courtyard in Alghero, where I enjoyed my first Sardinian Pizza

Lazaretto, Sardinia
In the late afternoon, we caught a ferry to Neptune’s Grotto
Here we are, passing Lazzaretto and the textured cliff faces

Cliffs at Isola Foradada
Massive cliffs at Isola Foradada

Isola Foradada
Blue waters at Isola Foradada

Cliffs at Capo Caccia
Cliffs at Capo Caccia – Can you see the path cut into the cliff?

Capo Caccia
The bottom of the 656 steps leading from the top of Capo Caccia

Our arrival to Neptune’s Grotto, was rather precarious as we battled large sea swells, and had to literally walk the┬ámoving┬áplank into the┬ácave.

Neptune's Grotto 
First cavern inside Neptune’s Grotto, located underneath the massive Capo Caccia cliffs

Neptune's Grotto Cave
People are dwarfed to the scale of the Grotto

Neptune's Grotto Panoramic
Panoramic spanning almost 180 degrees with around 10 photos stitched together

Neptune's Grotto Exit
Light at the end of the tunnel

Entering the waters near Tramariglio

Amazing Cliff Detail Alghero
More cliff detail near Lazzaretto, in the evening light

Entering Alghero Marina
Entering Alghero Marina

Yachts in Alghero

Alghero Sunset
Low sun lighting up the seaside buildings

Alghero Sunset Red
Alghero Sunset

Alghero Red Buildings
Rich red hues from sunset

Sunset Alghero
Sunset on the beach in Alghero, whilst trying out an Americano Pizza (French fries on pizza!)

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  1. john jones said,

    January 31, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    Stunning photographs BTW!

  2. john jones said,

    January 31, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    When where they taken?

  3. Warren Williams said,

    February 1, 2010 at 4:17 am

    Hi John,

    Thanks for your comments.
    These were taken back on 8th August 2009. I always post my blog later, but backdate to the photo date. I have hundreds of shots from India to post soon from over Christmas/New Years period.

  4. Monica said,

    February 29, 2012 at 9:01 am

    Hi! Love your photos!
    We’re going to alghero (first 4 days in Rome, and then 6 days in Algehero) this summer, and your photos make me look even more forward to it! Can’t wait!

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