Cagliari is located in the South of Sardinia, overlooking the enchanting gulf called Golfo degli Angeli (“Bay of Angels”) that goes from the hill known as La Sella del Diavolo (‘The Saddle of the devil’) because of her shape, to the beach of Quartu Sant’Elena.
Cagliari, like Rome was built on 7 hills, each of which names a historical district: Castello, Colle di Bonaria, Colle di San Michele, Monte Claro, Monte Urpinu e Tuvumannu.
The city has much to offer even to the most discerned of travellers: sea, sun history, culture, traditions and excellent food.
Cagliari is not only a city rich in culture and history as she also boasts:
The most noteworthy historical areas inside the city are: Castello with its numerous medieval monuments and churches, the necropolis of Tuvixeddu e and the Roman Anphitheatre. The districts Villanova, Marina e Stampace are also worth a visit as much as are the harbour area and Via Roma.
Cagliari’s International airport can be reached with direct flights from many Italian and European cities. For more information please visit: how to get to Cagliari.
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