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Full-day Tour in Alghero among History and Enogastronomy
"One of Sardinia's most beautiful medieval cities Alghero is the main resort in the northwest. The town hasn't given up its unique character and it retains a proud and independent spirit. Its animated historic centre is a terrific place to hang out and with so many excellent restaurants and bars it makes an ideal base for exploring the beaches and beauty spots of the nearby Riviera del Corallo. The main focus of attention is the picturesque centro storico (town centre) one of the best preserved in Sardinia. Enclosed by robust honey-coloured seawalls this is a tightly knit enclave of shady cobbled lanes
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Nuraghe Tour of Sardinia
"The journey begins with a pickup from accommodations in South Sardinia. Join the specialized history guides as the group explores ancient stone buildings that belonged to the Sardinian population dating back to 1500 b.c. They represent the most important monuments of the pre-historical Sardinia and were built by the ancient technique called ""dry stone wall"" which is constructed without cement.The word 'nuraghe' means a mass of stones and it is considered the symbol of the Sardinian Nuragic population. This period has some of the most important Mediterranean protagonists from thousands of years ago with morning departures at 9am or afternoon departures at 3pm. This itinerary concludes with a tasting of the typical Sardinian snack called ""Sa Picchettada."" The 4-5 hour tour ends back in South Sardinia by dropping off participants at their accommoda"""Italy's island of Sardinia is rich with history
From EUR60.00
 
Barumini Unesco Site and Giara of Gesturi Half-day Tour from Cagliari
"The guided excursion to Nuraghe of Barumini and the Giara’s mini horses starts from Cagliari usually in the morning and lasts for half a day.Nuraghe of Barumini.The guided tour of the archaeological site of Barumini will introduce you to the origins of the Sardinian culture. 'Su Nuraxi' the Nuraghe of Barumini is located just few steps from the village of Barumini and from the Park of Giara in the region of Marmilla. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 by UNESCO the Nuraghe of Barumini is definitely one of the most famous and most important archaeological sites of Sardinia.The importance of the archaeological 'Su Nuraxi'
From EUR100.00

More Transportation in Sardegna

Good solution

Flying to Sardinia is expensive, even with low-cost. Though we had already decided to leave the car inland, and to rent another one in the island, we saved money travelling by ferry. It is quick,...
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solopes
Mar 31, 2016

Low cost airline "Ryan air"

Ryanair is one of the leading low cost airline in Belgium, departed in Brussels South Charleroi. Ryanair has more than hundreds of destination around Europe. Brussels South Charleroi is the second...
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shavy
Oct 13, 2014

Rent a car is an easiest way to explore the island

Most of our trip in Italy we mostly hired a car, especially in Sardinia. Having your own wheel in the island is very easy. Public transport is not reliable in Sardinia comparing to any other places in...
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shavy
Oct 13, 2014

Watch your schedulling

Sardegna is not an example of easy transport, so watch your transportation plan. I couldn't get a ticket for the car, so I decided to let it in Italy and rent another upon arrival at Olbia. Everything...
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solopes
Oct 02, 2014

Train journeys

There are a number of differing networks on the Island, and it is possible to travel by train from Olbia all the way through to Caligari. Around the old town of Sassari there are a number of branch...
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sourbugger
Mar 24, 2014

Ferry to Arbatax

More for my info/reminder:Took this time the tirrenia ferry from Genova to Arbatax (stops in Olbia) to save some car travel time with the kids. We paid for return fare car with bikes and 4bed cabin...
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iammon
Sep 27, 2013
 
 
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Moby Lines

More for my information:Ferry left at 22:00 in Genua. Be there two hours before departure which is enough. Not much there if you have to wait long. Just a little coffee bar for drinks, ice cream,...
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iammon
Sep 28, 2011

Ferries to Sardinia

To reach Sardinia from the mainland of Italy by ferry there are quite a lot of options, especially in summer. Main ports in Sardinia are Golfo Aranci and Olbia. For details see following...
nyxxx
Apr 04, 2011

Public transportation in Sardinia

I don't really like to travel by car, but to travel in another way in Sardinia is a rather bad idea.Anway, I found a very good website listing various kinds of public transportation options:...
nyxxx
Apr 04, 2011

Ferrovie dello Stato

There is a pretty good train service in Sardegna and even though train services here have a reputation of being slow, you can get to many places by train!We only used the train once, when we did not...
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tini58de
Apr 04, 2011

Taking the Ferry

I had reservations for all the ferries I needed--found out that was not necessary. A walk on was very easy and allows more flexibility. Just remember, however it was just me and my bike.Being a woman...
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ratherboutside
Nov 05, 2007

Drive if you dare

Well, personally I do not like to drive, so this never really was an option for me. We found that public transportation was great for the places we wanted to see, but I do realize that there are some...
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tini58de
Mar 14, 2007

Walking/hiking

Walking definitely is possible in Sardegna, and although we were only there for a few days we did do quite a bit of walking!Walking was the only reasonable option to explore the old part of Cagliari -...
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tini58de
Feb 25, 2007

'Pulman' buses overland

There are various bus companies for overland travel throughout Sardegna, the most well known is ARST (Azienda Regionale Sarda Trasporti). The bus terminal in Cagliari is right next to the train...
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tini58de
Feb 25, 2007

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Alghero

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Top Hotels in Sardegna

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Via Frank 2, Alghero, Sardinia, 07041, Italy
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Via Peretti 8/10, Cagliari, 9047, Italy
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Via Nazionale, Loc Murta Maria, Olbia, Sardinia, 07026, Italy
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Via Lago Maggiore 32, Villasimius, Sardinia, 09049, Italy
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Via dei Gabbiani, Golfo Aranci, Sardinia, 07020, Italy
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Loc. Rena, Arzachena, 7021, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Sardegna

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Grotta di Nettuno

I can't resist a boat trip, so the Grotta di Nettuno (Neptune's Grotto) had my name all over it. We went in April, so it wasn't the warmest experience. The sea was rather choppy and the wind bracing....
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Walking

Walk around the small alleyways in the old town of Bosa, see the Cattedrale dell'Immacolataand if you are energetic walk up to the Castello Malaspina (from the 12. century) and enjoy the view. For...
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Walking the Old Town

This is one of the little remains of the inland city walls. It is a round tower at the entrance of the old town. Nowadays it houses some exhibitions and a souvenir shop. In front of it you can find...
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Beach

Rent a car and go south from Alghero towards Bosa. Less than 5 km´s north from Bosa is a beach where there are not as much people as on other beaches this time of the year. Also there is a nice...
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Trip to Cagliari

The city of Cagliari is really rich in monuments and history. One absolutely must visit the Quartiere Castello, with its typical medieval lanes, in the same style of the white limestone Towers that...
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Organised Tours

Updating this tip June 2013 - Dune Viaggi is across the road now, still on Via XX Setembre, 87 If you need to check in for a flight, get boarding cards printed etc. they offer this service, I do not...
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iandsmith

"Sardegna is Sardegna"
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Sun-spot

"Sardinia - Something for everyone"
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"ISLAND WITH DIFFERENT FACES"
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MichaelFalk1969

"Sardegna"
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"Sardegna's South"
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