Stintino (Sassarese: Isthintini, Sardinian: Istintìnu) is a coastal comune (municipality) in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Cagliari and about 35 kilometres (22 mi) northwest of Sassari.
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4.5 based on 7 reviews
Awesome beach heaven on earth . Such a beautiful scenic place . Me & my two friends Lee and Matt swam over to the island with the turet on . Lots of jelly fish in the sea , Kerry got stung . Soon sorted with a dose of ammonia . Nice beach bar on site with good food .
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We visited this beach as it looked lovely from the pictures. The beach was very crowded (on a Monday) and was full of sellers trying to sell their products. We sat on the beach for about 10 minutes and were constantly bombarded by sellers including ones selling radios who though it was a good idea to stand beside you and stick the radio in your ear!
After paying €4 for two hours parking, we left after 20 minutes! Worth a drive by to get a photo but don’t stop unless you like crowds and being hassled by beach peddlers!
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The Tuna Fishing Museum of Stintino tells the story of a time that no longer exists. It teaches us about schools of fish that follow the currents of the Mediterranean Sea, about crews which wait for their coming, and about the network system that intercepts the passage of the tunas. The museum describes the traditional method of tuna fishing, practised in the Gulf of Asinara until the last century. It allows us to picture the lives of the men who fished and prepared tunas with great effort and tenacity. It contains the identity of a whole village, Stintino, whose history is closely related to the Tonnara Saline. It perpetuates, today, the memory of men and the sea. The visitor will be lead along a multi-medial journey, a fascinating and evocative audiovisual and musical path. A series of videos in Italian, with English subtitles, rebuild the history of the Tonnara Saline, Stintino and Asinara.
The museum shows the tools and the traditions of the tuna fishing in Stintino. There are also video clips about the past and the modern scientific researches. This is one of the few museums in Italy about this tradition so it was interesting. I advise...MoreDear biodelix, thank you so much! It is very important for us to know the views of the museum visitor. cordially Esmeralda Ughi, curator of the Tintara Museum in Stintino
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