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Sardinia’s capital is a city of artistic beauty nested in the middle of the “Gulf of Angels”

The winding streets of the historic districts and the lively harbor should not be missed on any visit to Sardinia. Quality street-food and fine dining options, a vibrant cultural life, and photogenic spots from the blue waters of the popular Poetto beach to the bastions of Saint Rémy make Cagliari an ideal complement to a vacation in trendy Costa Smeralda.

Route for Cagliari tour
The southern coast is home to lesser-known treasures like the picturesque islands of San Pietro and Sant'Antioco and the vast beaches and turquoise coves of Pula. Don’t miss the secluded lagoons inhabited by pink flamingos!

Where to stay in Cagliari

With its centuries of history there are some spectacular properties to stay in. Take you pick from elegant, centrally-located palazzos and charming apartments in the historic center to beachside boutique hotels. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to choose from, according to your preferences.

Small Traditional B&B in Cagliari
Small Traditional B&B
A lovely and small B&B, in a historical building, just a few steps from Cagliari's main attractions.
Exclusive Boutique Hotel in Cagliari
Exclusive Boutique Hotel
A cosy and charming boutique hotel where you will feel the history of the city right from its heart.
Iconic Boutique Hotel in Cagliari
Iconic Boutique Hotel
A beautiful and charming hotel, in the center of the city, with all the services and amenities you might need.

Things to do in Cagliari

We've got a broad range of city tours, day trips, and excursions to keep you busy in Cagliari. This lively town makes for an ideal base from which to explore the southern coast and family-run wineries in guided day trips.  

You can enjoy the many restaurants in town, or try an entertaining and informative private cooking class with a professional local chef. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider adding later.

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Cagliari

How long should I stay in Cagliari?
We suggest spending at least two nights in Cagliari, in order to being able to enjoy its vibrant city vibe, and enjoy at least one trip to explore the scenic southern coast.
What are the prices like in Cagliari?
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?
The main sites are located in the city center, and are easily reachable by foot. To visit the upper part “Quartiere castello”, you can also use the public lift. If your accommodation is located further away from the city center, the best option would be taking a taxi - they cost about 15-20 EUR for a two-kilometer ride. To reach the popular beach of Poetto, you can use an inexpensive city bus or a 15-minutes taxi ride.
Is Cagliari 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. Cagliari's center can be slightly more risky for pickpockets.
What are Cagliari options for people with 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.
Recommended places for vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options are Gintilla Restaurant and Osteria del Teatro.
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