Cagliari

The town of Cagliari was probably founded way back in the VIII century BC by the Phoenicians and has always been Sard ... ...segue

Sassari

The city of the Candlebearers

Sassari, the capital of Capo di Sopra, developed from the merger of a number of s ... ...segue

Nuoro

  The Athens of Sardinia The capital of the Barbagia region, Nuoro rises up on a plateau dominated by Mount Orto ... ...segue

Alghero

Alghero 

Alghero is a Sardinian city with a clear Catalonian influence. It underwent Spanish coloni ... ...segue

Oristano

 Oristano has been the provincial capital since 1974 and stands on the northern border of the Campidano plain ne ... ...segue

Olbia

 Olbia

The modern and lively town of Olbia was known as “the happy town” by the Greeks and is ... ...segue

Tempio Pausania

 The historical centre of Tempio Pausania is an important site in the Gallura area for mining and the working of ... ...segue

Orgosolo

Orgosolo is certainly one of the symbolic-villages of inland Sardinia. In 1892 Pasquale Cugia wrote, "The villag ... ...segue



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