Cagliari is the most important city of Sardinia, with a metropolitan area of about half a million inhabitants. The capital of the island has a soul consisting of a millenary history, culture, nature, beach tourism and night life, an attractive mix that fascinates the visitor, charmed by the views of Castello, the ramparts and the Roman remains, the Sardinian sea, as well as by the dynamism of a surprisingly lively city.

 

Watching Cagliari from the sea, one has a feeling of entering a scenic city, easy to see due to the immediacy of its landscape, in constant variation from the points of view. The African look given by the palms trees and the yellow limestone are tempered by the architecture markedly western and this combination of character so distant makes the city unique in its diversity.

 

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Intense flavours, gentle fragrances, a wonders to one’s eyes, wherever you choose to eat, Cagliari is a taste temptation. Here the art of kitchen is a skillful union between tradition and innovation. A delicious pasta dish made with sea urchins, a fish soup, the suckling piglet served on a bed of fragrant myrtle, or a tasty “fregola” with clams, these are some of the unmissable dishes which make Cagliari unique, aromas of a land accompanied with superb wines such as “Vermentino”, “Cannonau”, and the bitter herb distillates such as myrtle.

Cagliari Elmas Airport is less than a mile from Cagliari.

 

It takes about 15 minutes to reach the center of Cagliari, unless you are in rush hour traffic.

 

Both traditional airlines and low cost airlines use Elmas Airport and it should be no problem to find flights that take you here. In the summer, separate direct routes are often set up with e.g. SAS and Norwegian.

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