Stintino is a small village of about 1,500 inhabitans, located in the north-west tip of Sardinia. It overlooks the Gulf of Asinara, an isle that became a National Park in 1997. Its pristine territory is home to ‘La Pelosa”, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, characterized by white and thin sand and crystal-clear water. Others beaches like “Le Saline”, “Ezzi Mannu”, “Pazzona”, “Il Gabbiano”, will conquer you for the purity and transparency of their waters, and their unique colors.
Stintino is an ideal location for sea lovers, whether they want to relax on the beach, enjoy the sea by sailing or motor boating, snorkeling, diving, excursions, or windsurfing. There are many possibilities for boat excursions: sailing, motor, catamaran, inflatable, fishing boats. With Amaremare Boat is possible to get a daily tour of Asinara National Park on board our sail catamaran, with lunch on board. There are several renting points for windsurfs, canoes, small catamarans, small sailboats and pedal boats. Sailing lessons are also available.
In addition, Stintino is the best departure point to visit the Asinara National Park.
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The Museum of Tonnara (Tuna Trap) is located in the new port of Stintino. It is a tribute to all those who have contributed to the life of the trap, which has been a critical resource for the country in the past. The tour is organized so that visitors can follow what used to be the tuna’s path inside the tuna trap: in a well-studied sequence, visitors can learn more about the economic, psychological, and human aspects related to the life in the tuna trap, up to the so-called "death Chamber", where the images of the killing of tuna are projected . A very extensive photographic collection complements the visit.