Where to stay in Cagliari

Best accommodation and locations where to stay in Cagliari

Cagliari a beautiful city in the south of Sardinia. It is the largest city of the island with its 150,000 inhabitants. It gives us beautiful views, blue skies, a clear sea, the beach right in the city centre , a lively historical center full of locals.

 

Many monuments to visit in its historic center: the Castello district, the Saint Remy bastion, the cathedral of Santa Maria with the tower of S. Pancrazio where you can admire a breathtaking view

 

Cagliari rises on the sea and the beaches are within easy reach. The most famous beach is the Poetto, about 8km of white sand and clear sea. In the coast around Cagliari there are some of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia.

 

There are many reasons to visit this wonderful city and here’s our advices on where to sleep in Cagliari



Best Hotel & Resort where to stay in Cagliari and surroundings

Our suggestions based on location and customer satisfaction



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B&B Saint Remy


Cagliari




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Price from: 45€


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La Villa del Mare


Cagliari Poetto




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Price from: 55€


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Antico Corso Charme


Cagliari




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Price from: 75€


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Stampace Apartments


Cagliari centre




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Price from: 80€


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Sardinia Home Design


Cagliari




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Price from: 78€


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Domus Yenne Suites


Cagliari




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Price from: 51€


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Castelletto Suites


Cagliari




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Hotel ristorante Calamosca


Cagliari




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Relais Santa Croce


Cagliari




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Cagliari and its center are developed around 4 historic neighborhoods full of interesting spots to visit. Among the districts of Cagliari here’s our suggestion where to stay : Poetto, Marina, Castello, Villanova, Stampace and the area of Calamosca



Best areas where to stay in Cagliari



MARINA

Marina is the district located in the lower part of the city at the foot of the castle. The famous arcades of Via Roma with the Palazzo Civico. From here you can walk and admire historic buildings such as the Santa Eulaia church

 


CASTELLO

Castello stands on the highest part of the city. Its terraces liven up life with the numerous local and typical places. To visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the medieval towers of the Elephant and San Pancrazio


VILLANOVA

Villanova is the most refined district with its small shops and luxury boutiques. At the top of the hill stands the Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria where the most important religious celebrations of Sardinia take place



STAMPACE

Stampace is the oldest district that offers a silent and romantic atmosphere. Stroll down to get lost in the alleys, churches, palaces in Catalan style. To visit the church of Sant’Efisio, the amphitheater and the botanical garden


POETTO

Poetto is the city’s beach. A long beach with clear water and fine white sand. The area is full of bars, restaurants and bars. You can visit through the long bike path or on foot.


CALAMOSCA

Calamosca is the beautiful bay 4 km from Cagliari where there is a white sand beach and pebbles in the green / blue sea. Overlooked by the promontory of the Sella del Diavolo that separates it from the Poetto. Hotel Calamosca is located right on this bay


 


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CAGLIARI & THE SOUTH SARDINIA

Cagliari and the south of Sardinia offer landscapes and unspoiled nature as well as a beautiful sea. The capital of Sardinia is a destination not to be missed to start your journey on the island.

Experience the center of the Mediterranean in this city that represents an island and its history. From the Bastion Santa Croce breathes the sea breeze and the view of the lagoons with pink flamingos. You will fall in love admiring the sea at sunset.

The 4 historic districts: Castello, Villanova, Stampace, Marina will immerse you in the culture of its noble palaces and while strolling through the alleys of the historic center you can stop and enjoy Cagliari to eat and drink between typical restaurants and breweries.

Those who want to go shopping in Cagliari will not be disappointed. The streets with the biggest brands from Via Manno between Piazza Yenne and Piazza Martiri to Piazza Repubblica. From historic districts to the natural beauties of Poetto beach all in one place.

Cagliari offers everything that you would expect on a beach holiday in Sardinia.

 

TOP 30 beaches in Sardinia: best beaches from north to south




 

The beaches of Cagliari and southern Sardinia are spectacular. It would take a separate section to name them all. The closest to the city center are the Poetto beach, Calamosca and Solanas, Capitana, Is mortorius. Among the neighboring towns around Cagliari there are the beautiful beaches of Nora, Tuerredda and the many coves in the area of Pula on the west coast of Cagliari. On the south-east coast, instead, the beaches around the town of Villasimius and Costarei characterized by white sand and crystal clear waters. Some of the most spectacular beaches are located in the south of Sardinia

 

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Among the beauties of southern Sardinia the archaeological area of Nora is one of the most interesting and is located right on the seashore in the small peninsula of Capo di Pula. The remains of this ancient city almost completely submerged by the sea recall in some respects the myth of Atlantis. It is possible to visit the remains of this ancient civilization with the narrow streets, the sewers, the amphitheater, the mosaics and the baths. A journey into a thousand-year-old civilization.

 

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