A ferry crossing of just over an hour, separates the island from the municipality of Porto Torres, to which it belongs. Le decine di sfumature di blu e di verde, che disegnano paesaggi al limite del reale, sono senza dubbio ciò che prima di ogni altra cosa colpisce quando si approda all’Asinara.
The dozens of shades of blue and green that depict almost unreal landscapes are undoubtedly the most striking element as Asinara draws near.
A ferry trip of just over an hour separates the island from the municipality of Porto Torres, to which it belongs.
In an area of approximately 52 sq.km, with mountainous zones that slope down to rugged coasts alternating with beaches and little bays, it contains an amazing selection of flora and fauna.
Almost a hundred wild species reproduce on Asinara, including the mouflon, wild boar, horse and the typical white albino donkey, the symbol of the island.
Its flora is also a rarity, with almost seven hundred species, twenty-nine of which endemic. Authentic treasures protected by the National Park of Asinara.