SARDINIA - SEPTEMBER 2009
"ALGHERO FROM SEA"
"ON THE WAY TO CAPE CACCIA"
"CAPE CACCIA - Cape Caccia is a limestone promontory, overlooking the bay of Alghero. Cape Caccia owes its name to the pigeon shoots that the notables of the nineteenth century use to make there..."
"FACING IT - There is a meteorological station in Capo Caccia, and a lighthouse, which thanks to its position - 186 meters above sea level - is one of the most visible from a distance, about 34 miles"
"THE EARTH ENDS..."
"ON THE OTHER SIDE"
"CAPE & CAVE - The Cape is also known for its many sea caves at the bottom of the hill that was once frequented by many families of monk seals, now completely disappeared after the hunt by fishermen"
"HUMAN FIGURE" - In stone..."
"NEPTUNE CAVE - The most famous cave, named after the god of the seas, is that of Neptune"
"CLOSE TO THE ENTRANCE..."