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Take a Trip to Glorious Cagliari
At the southern part of Sardinia is Cagliari, the provincial and regional capital. It overlooks the Mediterranean Sea on the south and east, and it is surrounded by the provinces of Nuoro, Ogliatra, Oristano, Carbonia-Iglesias, and Medio Campidano. Cagliari is situated at the heart of Golfo degli Angeli and has a diverse terrain much like the rest of the island province.
Notable Places to visit in Cagliari
Before taking a trip to all the wonderful destinations in Cagliari, it’s best to plan your visit and know how you can enjoy it best particularly when visiting the city centre.
Much like the many city capitals in Italy, seeing the sites on foot is the best way to see the tourist spots. Discover the old city by walking as there are many sites that are just a few minutes or a few steps away from each other. Walking around with a comfortable pair of shoes is also ideal since the old town is like a steep hill with downhill and uphill walks for the most part.
However, if you are riding a motor home to discover the rest of Cagliari and its surrounding places, you should look for parking spaces if you wish to take a quick visit to the city centre. Make sure to have everything planned and equip yourself with a GPS and a map, just in case.
These historic and architectural attractions are nearby the city centre:
Santuario e Basilica di Bonaria is a complex consisting of a basilica, sanctuary, and cemetery.
Bastione di Saint Remy is a very famous destination for its stunning panoramic view of the city. You can enjoy and relaxing and tranquil visit during the day and enjoy a fun, festive ambiance at night via a popular cafe above the top piazza.
Castello di San Michele is located on one of the gorgeous Cagliari hills. It was built in the 12th century and offers a stunning view and interesting story to its visitors.
Chiesa di San Michele is a five-minute walk from Piazza Yenne and it is situated at the end of via Azuni.
Roman Amphitheatre is among the considerable remains of ancient Cagliari. It is carved into a rock and aqueduct.
Torre San Pancrazio and Torre dell Elefante are examples of Pisan military architecture and they provide great views of the city, port area, and outlying mountains.
If you love going to museums, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Cittadella dei Musei, and Capitol Arte Contemporanea should top your list. If you want to bask at the park after a visit to these museums, go to Parco Naturale Molentargius-Saline and Orto Botanico.
The beaches of Cagliari are also among its best tourist destinations. Poetto beach is divided into beach clubs and free areas, and it is eight kilometres long with a lot of features to offer. Cala Domestica is a small, but stunning beach with a lot to offer. Chia is a know area with numerous beaches to see and explore. Calamosca is also a gorgeous, smaller beach that can get crowded during peak season.
Fund Activities for Visitors
Aside from going to tourist spots and beaches, there are many other activities awaiting visitors of Cagliari. Since this is a province that’s teeming in wildlife and natural wonders. You may find yourself bird watching, taking photos, horseback riding, windsurfing, and golfing. Day trips are also quite popular among tourists who are riding their own campervans or rental cars.
Never miss out on the opportunity to witness provincial folklore such as the popular Sagra di Sant’Efiso, or the tradition of the Serrabus villages involving that of the launedda players.
Where to camp in Cagliari
There are campsites in this region that overlook the ocean or are in close proximity to such. Camping Flumendosa, Camping Cala d’Ostia, Pinie Mare, and Tililguerta have tranquil and lush ambiance and good standard facilities for motor home campers. You may find wellness, sports and recreation facilities; kitchen and laundry areas; shower/bathroom; swimming pool; children’s play area and clubs; water and power hook-ups; internet connection; and nearby shops.