Cagliari (1st to 4th May )
A feast dedicated to the Saint that saved the city from the terrible pestilence of 1675. a procession takes place on the 1st, starting from the district of Stampace with the simulacrum, and terminating in the little church of Nora, where,on the 4th it starts its journey back to the Cagliari.
The parade accompanying the procession is a good chance to admire some typical dresses coming from various parts of Sardinia.
A 3-minute drive from Cagliari's Teatro Lirico concert hall, Affittacamere Animor is a modern guest house set in an elegant building. All rooms featur [...]
Le Anfore is set in Villasimius, just a few metres from the beautiful white sandy beaches of south-eastern Sardinia. You can enjoy dining out on the v [...]
Just 300 metres from the sandy beach of Simius, Le Bouganville offers an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by palm trees and Mediterranean plants. All [...]
Set in a residential area of Cagliari, Hotel Residence Ulivi E Palme offers a tennis court and parking garage. It is next to the new Parco della Music [...]
S’Arenada Hotel is a splendid 3-star hotel set amid citrus and olive groves in Villasimius. A former farmhouse, S’Arenada Hotel welcomes traveller [...]
The 3-star Hotel Italia is located in the historic centre of Cagliari, 50 metres from the port and a 10-minute walk to the train and bus station. The [...]
Set in 60,000 m² of pine forest, Villaggio Camping Spiaggia Del Riso is right on the coast of Sardinia's most southern tip, 3 km from Villasimius cen [...]