Points of interest

City Center

Bastione St. Remy

The Bastione Saint Remy is an imposing fortified structure that tells the history and grandeur of the city.

Built in the 14th century and expanded in the 19th century, it offers a spectacular view of the city and the Gulf of Angels from its panoramic terraces. This symbol of defense and protection is a must-visit place to immerse oneself in the ancient atmosphere of Cagliari.

Historic Center


The Castello district of Cagliari, perched on a hill, holds historical and cultural treasures. Among these, the Elephant Tower and the majestic Viceroy’s Palace stand as witnesses to centuries past. The Cathedral of Santa Maria, imposing and suggestive, completes the panorama, offering a window into the city’s millennia-old history.

Archaeological Heritage

Historical Sites

Cagliari boasts a rich archaeological heritage that fascinates visitors.

The Tuvixeddu necropolis, an ancient Punic-Roman cemetery, reveals the sepulchral testimonies of a distant past.

The Roman amphitheater, with its grandeur, tells stories of spectacles and entertainments of ancient Rome.

The Domus de Janas of Monte S’Avixeddhu, carved into the rock, unveils the mysteries of the ancient civilizations that inhabited these lands, offering a fascinating journey through time.

Beyond Shopping

The Market

Located in the historic district of San Benedetto, this covered market is a lively crossroads of colors, smells, and local flavors. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the authentic atmosphere of the market, exploring stalls rich in fresh products, from seasonal vegetables to freshly caught seafood. The vendors, with their passion and knowledge, offer customers a unique experience, telling stories and traditions related to local gastronomy. From pecorino cheese to traditional Sardinian sweets, every corner of the San Benedetto Market is a discovery to be enjoyed and appreciated.

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