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We have been around it and we saw it as well from the view point ;An excellent park ;well looked after and thousands of Flamingos in the waters of the park ;they have a program where the flamingos lay their eggs and stay there all...More
Parked in car park off Via Don Giordi (free to park and enter). Rented bikes from the bar just inside entrance (3€ for 1 hour). Nice easy cycling tracks. Due to time of year (August) not much to see, only a few flamingos.
Had false information that you could start at Monte Urpine park and walk to Molentargius Park--not really possible. It's not very scenic and the flamingos were far away. We did have a flock fly over us, which was beautiful, showing their colors.
Went there to see pink flamingos school in the nature, apart of few and far distance, there is no other thing to see, long marching for nothing.
You will find much more easily and close to observe when you drive near the sea from Cagliari...More
The park is right in the city, between Cagliari and Quartu Sant'Elena. It's perfect to be visited by bike. You can rent bikes at the information center (address: Cagliari, via La Palma). There are many itineraries inside. The park is a good place even for...More
The ideal way of visiting this is by bicycle, although there are buses from the centre and then you can walk around the reserve. We spent a wonderful morning watching flamingos, herons, stilts etc. Then exited about half way down the Poetto beach for a...More
I walked here from the city, although buses are available. The ticket office staff were helpful (it is free entrance) and on a riany day there were not mmany flamingoes to be seen. But a lovely walk, and I included a trip to the beach.
We went one afternoon in April by public transport from the centre of Cagliari. From the port front (in front of la Rinascente) you can take bus 5, 6, PF or PQ and you need to get off at Poetto Ponte Vittorio (ask the bus...More