Cagliari offers many attractions to its tourists, a blend of the old and the new, of sea and natural charming landscapes.
Located on the southern side of the island, Cagliari is at the same time Sardinia’s cultural and economic centre. Blessed with a mild climate, its beautiful summers and winters offer tourists the possibility to walk the streets and enjoy Sardinian typical pleasures: a good coffee in one of the many cafés, a typical dish of the rich regional culinary heritage and much more.
From a historic point of view, Cagliari has played different roles, but above all it has been an important market occupying a central position in the Mediterranean Sea, at the ideal crossroad between continental Europe and Africa.
When in Cagliari, you will be able to admire the Phoenician-Punic necropolis of Tuvixeddu, the Grotto della Vipera (Viper's grotto), tomb but also temple of love and poetry; the Roman Amphitheatre, but don’t forget the many museums which offer the tourist an overview of the rich historic past of Sardinia.