Full day guided tour

Experience the natural vastness of Asinara National Park

During the excursion you can observe / photograph various land animals, sea and birds of considerable ecological importance.


Schedules: 10.00 – 17.30

This tour is available all year except the months of July and August

Half day excursion: https://www.futurismoasinara.com/en/attivita/asinara-excursions-boat-trips/

Length of the trip: 7hours 30mins

Program: coastal excursion with stops in major harbors of the island.

A day to experience the natural vastness of the National Park and Marine Protected Area , visiting the points of historical and environmental interest . We’ll discover the most spectacular corners and unexplored areas, sailing along the coast and enriching the journey with a lot of swimming in different inlets present on the Island.

The tour will also feature information on the marine environment and on Asinara history.

According to weather forecasts, we will sail to the western coast of Asinara that is characterised by high cliffs , islands shaped by the Mistral wind.

The tour includes

Guided tour , lunch and drinks , use of masks and snorkels , information cards , snorkeling guides and binoculars.

The tour does not include

Extra costs that do not depend on our activities , such as entrance to the sea turtle center (cost € 2.50)

Helpful tips

Summer: Swimwear , beach towel , sunscreen/suncream (UK English) , sandals , camera.

Winter: jacket or technical clothing , camera.

N.B. The tour is not available during July and August.

Excursion available on July and August Click here: Asinara Sea Safari half day tour

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