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A great way to spend an hour or so. Very helpful explanations of the various formations and for a relatively small set of caves there are some spectacular views.
Coffee in the cafe next door was good too!
Just back from a fairly lazy week in southern Sardinia. Didn’t plan much but thought we’d better venture off the beach at least once! Chose the Grotte Is Zuddas tour, a 40 minutes drive from our villa in Chia.
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We visited with our 6 and 4 year old. Great tour of fascinating caves which have some amazing crystalline formations. The tour lasted around an hour and was about the perfect length for young children.
There is also a very reasonably priced cafe with decent...More
We went to visit the caves on recommendation from our hotel. We are very pleased we went, it was a nice drive up through the mountains to the caves. The guide was great with all of us, a mix of nationalities young and not quite...More
Last minute decision to go as the weather was very windy and the probability of rain resulted in a day at the beach not suitable. Reasonable entrance e fee of 10 euros per adult. Tour lasts approx 90 mins. A lot of walking and steps...More
We visited Grotte is Zuddas because my husband had never been. The caves are amazing but I have to say that the young guides who explain all the different parts of the caves and the types of stalactites and stalagmites are just amazing. They made...More
Found the caves fascinating. The kids thoroughly enjoyed the tour as well.
These caves had a variety of formations that are rare to find all in the one cave system.
Worth the trip if you are staying near this region of Sardinia.
We've visited many caves and were particularly impressed with this system. Tour was in Italian and English but we picked up a written English guide at the entrance to the cave. I think other languages were also available.
Helictites in the final cave are amazing...More