Cagliari, the land of nuraghi
The biggest city of Sardinia is between Africa and Europe, effortlessly connecting the two different worlds. Untouched beaches, impressive architecture and historical monuments make this place a unique travel destination for all seasons, as it has something to offer its visitor every time of the year. Visit the city that overlooks the Gulf of Angels, with cheap ferry tickets to Cagliari through Let’s Ferry.
The port of Cagliari
Attractions to see
• Castello is the historical city centre with a medieval citadel and paved roads.
• The Cathedral of Cagliari is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and Saint Cecilia. It was built in the 13th century and it is located in the city centre.
• Saint Remy Bastion is one of the most remarkable attractions of Cagliari.
• Nuraghi are enormous stone monuments and you can find thousands of them around Sardinia.
• The Barumini di Su Nuraxi is an archaeological site where one can see many nuraghi and has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Monument. It is 60 km from the port.
• The Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria can be seen from the sea and has a stunning stairway that leads to its entrance.
• The City Eye Cagliari at the port is a fun way to enjoy the city view from above.
Panoramic view of Cagliari
Beaches for swimming
• Poetto is the city beach, where locals enjoy a sandy, organized spot with crystal blue waters. There you can find beach bars, cafes and restaurants. If you see flamingos walking around don’t be surprised, they ‘re for real!
• Cala Reggina is a secluded beach with emerald waters and a few sunbeds, 30 km from the port.
• Mari Pintau is close to Cala Reggina and is a pebbled, rocky beach with some sandy spots.
• The area of Geremeas is considered as Cagliari’s Caribbean. Turquoise waters and thick sand make a day by the sea unforgettable.
• Enjoy strolling at the Botanical Garden, which is part of the University of Cagliari. There you can see more than 2000 plants and ancient Roman cisterns.
• Organise a day cruise to visit the exotic islands of San Pietro and Sant’ Antioco.
• Diving into the Gulf of Angels to explore the rich underwater kingdom and II World War wrecks.
View in town of Cagliari
Tip: You can get to Cagliari by boat or plane. There are trains and buses connecting the port to the airport.Discover the capital of the second largest Mediterranean island, with cheap ferry tickets to Cagliary through Let’s Ferry.
Information about the port of Cagliari
The port is connected to Naples, Palermo and Civitavecchia. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, railway stations and bus stop, ATM, taxis, car, bikes and motorbike rentals, free parking.