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Alghero is the perfect base for exploring Sardinia's northern coast.

A 3000-year-long history spanning from the unique bronze-age Nuragic settlements to Renaissance and Baroque treasures, make Alghero the most interesting cultural site of north Sardinia. The mighty bastions, the labyrinth of narrow streets, and lively piazzas bustling with life echo the many languages of this Mediterranean crossroad of peoples. The colorful and diverse cuisine reflects the multiple influences, in particular the Catalan origins of the city.

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The scenic shoreline is known as the Coral Riviera, home to a major colony of the finest coral used for refined jewellery since the Roman times. The northern coast hosts a necklace of seaside gems: from spectacular Neptune’s cave to the turquoise-blue lagoon of the Stintino beaches and Asinara island, all the way to Castelsardo, a hilltop medieval village famous for great seafood and artisanal creations.

Where to stay in Alghero

Our accommodation selection in Alghero provides a range of options from chic boutique hotels in the old town to charming sea-view hotels with swimming pool and wellness center. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Luxury Seaside Hotel in Alghero
Luxury Seaside Hotel
A stunning location, right above the sea on a cliff, in a beautiful, original and authentic Royal Family's residence, with all the services of a 5 star resort.
Central Traditional Hotel in Alghero
Central Traditional Hotel
A cute and traditional 3 star hotel, in the heart of Alghero.
Small Boutique Hotel in Alghero
Small Boutique Hotel
The perfect place in which to spend some unforgettable time on one of the Mediterranean's most beautiful islands.

Things to do in Alghero

Alghero is conveniently located for day trips to explore the scenic coastline from Neptune’s grotto to the world-class beaches of Stintino and Asinara natural park, the rich historic heritage of “Nuraghe” megaliths and excellent family-run wineries. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Alghero

How long should I stay in Alghero?
We suggest spending at least two nights in Alghero, in order to being able to enjoy both the town and its beautiful beaches and coastal cliffs. We recommend considering a third night, to make room for a day trip especially to Stintino and Asinara natural park.
What are the prices like in Alghero?
A quick lunch with a drink in the center, is around 25-30 euros. Museums and landmarks generally cost 10-20 euros. For a full dinner, budget at least 30-40 euros. 
How can I get around Alghero?
The best way to get around Alghero center is by foot and our hotels are all located within walking distance from the historical center. Also renting a bicycle is recommended, since the city is flat and has a nice seaside promenade.
Is Alghero safe?
As the rest of Italy, adopting the usual care (leave valuables and passports at the hotel). We always recommend leaving someone taking a look at bags / valuables on the beach while the other is taking a swim.
What are Alghero options for dietary restrictions?
Mediterranean diet is quiet diversified, we are sure you will find vegetarian and vegan options in almost all the restaurants. If you have particular needs please inform your waitress when you arrive and they will suggest the best dishes you can order and take care of any allergy or restrictions you might have.
A recommended place for vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options is Agriturismo Porticciolo.
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