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Best things to do in Cerdeña

Point of Interest
“POINT OF INTEREST: One of the symbols of the city. It's also a sightseeing point... From up there you will see the whole gulf and the harbor.”
Recomendado por 88 habitantes locales
“Exclusive nightclub characterized by a very suggestive position. A must for lovers of nightlife.”
Recomendado por 73 habitantes locales
Theme Park
“Molentargius-Salt Works Regional Natural Park, spread on an area of about 1600 hectares, is located between the two towns of Cagliari and Quartu Sant'Elena, facing Poetto seafront. It was established in 1999 to safeguard and enhance a site of international relevance, that had already been included in Ramsar Convention in 1977, due to its importance as a place of stop, wintering and nesting of several species of aquatic birds, as pink flamingos, nowadays a symbol of the town. The history of the park is strictly connected to the one of the Salt Works: as a matter of fact, it owes its name to is molentargius, people who used to lead the donkey (su molenti, in Sardinian language) carrying the salt collected from the basins. Actually, over the centuries the area has been the richest source in Sardinia for the extraction of salt from the sea, an activity stopped only in 1985. For these reasons, visiting Molentargius Regional Park represents a unique experience that combines the pleasure of historical knowledge, for example through the Salt itineraries, which offer interesting architectural, historical, environmental, scientific and technical cues, still not known by the most, to a full immersion in an extraordinarily lively and wild landscape. Several species of wild birds cohexist in Molentargius ponds, representing the most relevant and remarkable charachteristic of the park. The symbol of this natural jewel are the Pink Flamingos, or sa genti arrubia, as Cagliari inhabitants used to say. Walking through the park it is possible to see many of them: hundreds of birds that stay or fly in the shallow water. The access is free. The visitors can leave their means of transport inside the dedicated parking area and going freely into the park, opened everyday, where they find also some sport itineraries, like nature trails, cycle paths and walking tours, totally surrounded by nature. They can also play birdwatching or make jogging. It is possible to book guided tours for groups, which include the observation of the plant life and the fauna of the park. One of the best ways to discover Molentargius Regional Natural Park is by bycicle: if you don't have one, among the Sali Scelti Palace you can find a bike rental and a bikesharing service. There are two more other ways to visit the park: by electric minibus or by boat. You can discover the main features of this naturalistic and industrial compendium through the ancient water canals of the park, supported by the explanations of the guide on board and above all, comfortably seated. The excursion by minibus offers the possibility to discover the most important characteristics of the Park, first passing through the street that runs along the Maestro canal of the Salt Works, and then along the Immissaro canal, till Poetto draining basin station, which canalises sea water into the Salt basin complex. The centre is provided with microscopes, audiovisuals and computer materials. The experts will guide tourists, students and guests: through simple but meticulous experiments they will explain the ecosystem dynamic. How to get there: Arriving at Molentargius Regional Natural Park is very easy, from Cagliari and Quartu Sant'Elena, through Poetto seafront. In Cagliari, inside Sali Scelti palace, is located the Tourist Information Office. The inner area, composed by Is Arenas, is accessible from Quartu Sant'Elena: in Don Giordi street are located the car parks for the visitors. Information: To ask for information or to book a guided tour, please contact the Infopoint, located on the ground floor inside Sali Scelti Palace (via La Palma): +39 070 379191. Some good advice: To visit Molentargius-Salt Regional Natural Park, using one of the several itineraries available, a sportswear or a casual one is recommended. The experts recommend to put on suitable clothing for the hiking, to avoid bright colours and to choose comfortable and water resistant shoes and mimetic clothing: this will make it easier to escape to the sharp eyes of the animals, so that you can watch them during their activities. We recommend you to bring your binoculars - you can also rent them at the park's Infopoint only for one euro, this will make it easier to observe the animals without getting too close to them, thus avoiding disturbing them. The four-legged friends are also allowed, but on a leash and those of large size must be muzzled. Do not forget to bring your camera to capture the wonders that the Regional Park offers! Visit the Facebook page:”
Recomendado por 72 habitantes locales
Point of Interest
“Old Roman open theater where every summer many concerts or shows take place.”
Recomendado por 51 habitantes locales
Natural Feature
“Tavolara Island - go there by boat from Porto San Paolo and have a light lunch at the beach restaurant. ”
Recomendado por 68 habitantes locales
Bar de cocteles
“Go at sunset and grab a seat on the patio to enjoy an incredible view all over Cagliari. Ideal for aperitif”
Recomendado por 70 habitantes locales
“NATURAL PARK: A big park in the heart of the city... Here nature is the rule. There's a bar, a Sport Area and also a Dog Area!”
Recomendado por 56 habitantes locales
“Museum dedicated to the ancient history of Sardinia with various archaeological finds, including Punic jewels.”
Recomendado por 50 habitantes locales
Puerto / Marina
“ Elegant cathedral of the 1200s with lavish interiors, a large marble pulpit and a crypt with royal tombs.”
Recomendado por 61 habitantes locales
“ Take the boat from the tourist port ( and visit the suggestiv Neptuno's caves”
Recomendado por 44 habitantes locales
“Stunning beach named Tahiti for its beautiful sea. Ideal for kids because its low water. (very crowded during high season)”
Recomendado por 49 habitantes locales
“Beautiful nature and turquoise waters in the 1st TripAdvisor’s Top 10 best beaches in Italy!”
Recomendado por 32 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“The "Torre dell'Elefante" is a medieval tower built in the XIV century during the rule of Pisa. The name originates from a statue of an elephant.”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“One hour by car from Iglesias, if you want to know more about Sardinia's history this is the perfect place. The buildings made with big stones have a big impact to the view, this buildings are called "Nuraghi" or "Nuraxi" in the Sardinian language. ”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
“There are 3 routes to take through the park area, picnic table & view points through out --& Its Free”
Recomendado por 28 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“Tharros is a Roman city build on a previous fenician site. Worth the visit.”
Recomendado por 34 habitantes locales