Where we are
The Camping Village overlooks a wide, beautiful bay on the north-west coast of Sardinia.
10 kilometres from the Alghero-Fertilia airport and 20 kilometres from the port of Porto Torres, the site is 15 kilometres from the historic, walled centre of Alghero with its Gothic-Aragonese churches, a Catalonian city, island within the island.
Inside the Porto Conte Natural Park, the village faces onto a crystalline sea which at sunset takes on the colours of fire, with the Aragonese tower erected on the promontory to defend the bay and the Mediterranean scrubland with its scents of wild flowers and herbs. All of this is surrounded by dense pinewood with maritime pines, juniper, strawberry trees, myrtle, mastic and dwarf palms.
The extraordinary beauty of the landscape in the area makes Torre del Porticciolo an unforgettable place, particularly suitable for those who want to spend a holiday of sun, relaxation, nature and fun in the environs of the suggestive city of Alghero, the most important tourist centre on the Coral Riviera.
The famous Neptune's Grottos, the largest underwater cave complex of the whole Mediterranean, are just 10 kilometres from the Camping Village. The Grottos may be reached by sea, leaving from the port, or by land, climbing down the Escala del Cabirol, from where it is possible to take in the panorama over one of the most beautiful seas of Sardinia, from the enchanting bay of Porto Conte, passing the city of Alghero, through to the southern coast of Bosa.
You can find the most beautiful beaches of the city of Alghero the coast of which stretches for about 80 Km really close to the camping village. Amongst the most famous are the Lazzaretto and Bombarde beaches, as well as the Mugoni and Porto Ferro beaches, which are an ideal destination for those who prefer windsurfing and sailing sports in general.