Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia that features pristine beaches, folk traditions, megalithic monuments, and tasty local food like fish, pasta, suckling pig, wine, and cheese. Most tourists come here to bask in the beautiful turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Many people come to Cagliari on their holiday to enjoy the beautiful beaches of the city, with their fine, talc-like white sand and turquoise water. The beaches in Cagliari are said to be one of the best beaches on the Mediterranean Sea. Some of these include Su Giudeu, Punta Molentis, Tuerredda, and Porto Giunco.
Castello is the old town of Cagliari. Two of the original walls are still standing, as well as two medieval towers where you can have amazing views of the city. The old town is filled with historic churches, artistic museums such as the National Archaeological Museum, and many interesting bars and nightclubs.
Speaking of nightlife, there are plenty of clubs and bars on the island. Besides the old town, you can experience a pulsating nightlife scene in the districts of the Marina and Stampace.
If you love sports, then you can enjoy watching the Cagliari Calico which is part of the soccerway group of 1000 football leagues in 134 countries. The club plays in the Stadium Comunale Sant’Elia, a huge sports venue that has hosted the FIFA World Cup and other national and international athletic meets.
Cagliari features a Mediterranean climate with dry and hot summers and mild winters. May is one of the city’s high travel seasons because it hosts the Feast of St. Ephysisus, the most important religious festival of the year. May also sees the sea procession of St. Francis and the Cagliari Fair. In June, there is a festival honoring farmers and shepherds while a Jazz Expo is held in November. No matter when you visit this beautiful town, there’s always things to se as well as things to do in Cagliari to keep you busy during your stay!
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