The Tuna Fishing Museum is located in via Lepanto - Stintino (SS), in front of the Old Harbor. 

Stintino is in the extreme north-west of Sardinia, on a long strip of land overlooking the open sea. It looks out onto the clear waters of the Asinara Gulf and is surrounded by wild nature, often swept by the mistral wind. But its charm is not only owing to its natural beauties. This Sardinian village has a fascinating history, closely related to the events of Asinara Island. In fact, in August 1885, 45 families abandoned Asinara, which was chosen as a quarantine zone and a penal colony. They landed was just over twelve miles off the coast of the island. There Stintino was born between two deep inlets. Not far from the village, there was the Tonnara Saline, the rhythms of which shaped the life of the small village.

Opening times

January, February, March:

Extraordinary opening times for events and only by reservation for groups (not less than 10 people) and for schoolchildren by calling +39 345 9718686

April and May:

Friday to Sunday
11:00 - 13:00
15:30 - 19:00 

Extraordinary opening on 25th April and May Day

June and September:

Tuesday to Sunday
11:00 - 13:00
15:30 - 19:00

July and August:

every day 18:00 - 23:00
on Thursday also 11:00 - 13:00

October, November, December:

Friday 15:30 - 19:00
Saturday and Sunday

11:00 - 13:00
15:30 alle 19:00

For groups (not less than 10 people) and schoolchildren is possible to have extraordinary opening times by calling +39 345 9718686

Centro studi sulla civiltà del mare e per la valorizzazione del Golfo e del Parco dell'Asinara - Via Asinara 2, 07040 Stintino (SS) - C.F. 92052770903