Palau Attractions

Top Things to Do in Palau, Italy

Things to Do in Palau

Top Attractions in Palau


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  • Patrick
    Zurich, Switzerland62 contributions
    If you want to go for wind-water sports, this is the place to be in north Sardinia!

    It's usually a bit crowded, but nice people, good conditions and lots of schools.
    Although not all to beginner-friendly, due to deep and choppy water.
    Written 10 November 2021
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  • Kirk
    3 contributions
    Be have been here for couple hours,
    Just walk through trees and over rocks,parked at the end of the road at the roundabout.The path can be hard to find at first, but once on it, you Will love.The beaches total about 3 nice beach.Rocks are great to climb on and there are a few jumping spots.
    Best to have shoes to climb on the rocks as they can be treacherous.its worth it
    Written 1 May 2019
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  • AndreaMonicatrips
    Rome, Italy49 contributions
    Trekking path 40 minutes long, bring gym shoes!
    Cala di Trana is similar tu "the beach" (di caprio's movie), white stony sand, trasparent and clean water,
    few people (we met 8 people there), no services, no bars, no toilet, just you and the stuff you bring.
    I visited all along costa smerald beaches, and really its amazing and the best.
    the path is difficult to follow, beacuse there's few signals on it, that's the way its not crowdy!
    Written 13 August 2018
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  • chocdikrab
    Frankfurt, Germany3,472 contributions
    the spiaggia la sciumara is very close to palau and also easy reachable per feet if your hotel is located in palau. the fine sandy and bottled beach is very flat towards the sea and perfect for families with children, because there are nearly no waves and currents. we arrived there in the morning time and there were only a few tourists around. we had a perfect stay at la sciumara and we enjoyed the tranquillity of this place very much. a parking area is also located very close to beach. the beachbar was still closed, because in may there were not so many tourists around. a perfect place to let dangle the soul. the spectacular view to the seaside presents some islands of the archipel of maddalena, which is located in front of the beach. we can recomment the spiaggia la sciumara very much. a perfect place for a quiet day on the beach.
    Written 8 June 2013
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  • Fun W
    Trieste, Italy28 contributions
    Amazing windsurf and kite place. Clean and warm water, chilling with a good drink. Always windy. A place to visit. There is a must parking fee , only if you want to skip it then you need to walk a mile on 35 degrees
    Written 24 July 2021
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  • BELMONT Ipswich
    Ipswich, UK750 contributions
    World War 1 fort - There is a car park & office at the bottom where you buy tickets. Then a little walk uphill to the fort entrance, entrance is with a guide. There are a lot of steps to the top, from which there are good views. Worth the small entrance fee, but you need to be reasonably fit !
    Written 14 June 2019
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  • David-five-o
    London, UK79 contributions
    We didn't even know this place existed. We had planned to go to Spiaggia di Talmone, which is close by. Even to get to Spiaggia di Talmone involves a walk from the road. Beyond the beach is a path which takes you further around the headland, until you get to the Battery. "Camouflaged in the thick Mediterranean maquis that thrives on the rocks and rugged terrain behind the coast, for two hundred years the Talmone Gun Battery has presided over the tract of sea that separates the island of Spargi from Sardinia. The numerous artillery guns jutting out from the underground terraces safeguarded with equal force the frontiers of the Kingdom of Sardinia and those of the Kingdom of Italy. Perfectly integrated into the landscape that contains and protects it, the Talmone Gun Battery lets us in on the exceptionally challenging daily life of the soldiers: the never-ending hours spent scrutinising the sea from the watchtower, the dormitories, the tracking station, the underground munitions depots and, last but by no means least, the implacable solitude. In 1947, shortly after the end of the Second World War, the Paris Peace Treaties required Italy to cease using all of its coastal military facilities: the Gun Battery was, then, abandoned to the ravages of time until, in 2002, the Autonomous Region of Sardinia entrusted the property to FAI on a concessionary basis, and it immediately underwent a painstaking process of conservative restoration, befitting the extraordinary landscape of the Sardinian coast." (From FAI).
    When we went, we did not expect anyone to be there, but it was open and we were the only visitors. It really was remarkable. The guide did not speak English and we did not speak Italian, but surprisingly we did ok and learned lots. It was one of the highlights of the holiday as it was completely unexpected.

    There was a box for donations, but for 4 Euros, you also get a t-shirt. You wouldn't get that at English Heritage or National Trust!
    Written 11 August 2014
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  • Martina G
    Canton of Geneva, Switzerland239 contributions
    We rented a boat in that location and was very good, the man that rented it was very helpful and made our day ...
    Written 9 July 2019
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  • Jurgen B
    Brussels, Belgium2,676 contributions
    I think it's a bit crazy you have to pay to climb a little hill to see a rock. We did like it though, but parking + 2 adults was 9 Euro if I remember correctly. And you need to be vaccinated! to climb a rock in the outdoors? how crazy can they get???
    Written 20 September 2021
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  • mcvaitea
    London, United Kingdom12 contributions
    A must-see in Sardinia. Although there are many, this is an easily reachable one . The visit is cheap and guided. Unforgettable and highly recommended!
    Written 28 August 2018
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  • Knut Frode P
    Oslo, Norway16 contributions
    Clear water, shielded from most wind, not too many visitors and perfect sand. Unfortunately no facilities.
    Written 13 July 2017
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  • GloHill
    Bedfordshire, UK33 contributions
    We waited in the main taxi rank at the port for an hour but no taxi arrived so we found the Palau tourist office. My tip would be pre book transport or go in a restaurant and ask them to book one as we did in restaurant D'Approdo the end.
    Written 16 July 2017
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  • Aragorn983
    Rome, Italy286 contributions
    Good and not too much crowded beach, we were here because our camping is directly there. Quiet place.
    Written 10 August 2017
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  • chocdikrab
    Frankfurt, Germany3,472 contributions
    the costa serena, 18 kilometers in the northwest of arzachena is a beautiful bottled beach on which it is very easy to let dangle the soul. we arrived there in the morning time one day in the middle of may and there were absolutely no tourists around. we had this place for us alone for hours and we enjoyed the tranquillity very much. the beach is very flat towards the sea and there are nearly no waves and currents, so it is also a perfect place for families with small children. the water is crystalclear and shines in different shades of blue and it was a pleasure to swim there, but during the time we spend our time on sardinia the watertemeratures are normally not higher than 15 degrees and it costed some overcoming to went into the water for swimming. the lush vegetation in the surrounding of the beach is also very nice and a lot of flowers and herbs gave off a heady fragrance. we can recomment the costa serena very much. a perfect place a perfect place for stressed holidaymakers who search peace and tranquillity.
    Written 8 June 2013
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