More towns and villages beautiful in Sardinia

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Sardinia, in the heart of the Mediterranean, has seen the birth of ports, fishing villages and villages with a very ancient history. All the villages on the coast and those in the hinterland have different characteristics that reveal their culture. Reliefs and valleys, natural monuments and landscapes, parks, archaeological sites, flavors and crafts: each village in Sardinia stands out for its own tradition, becoming the bearer of a unique culture.
For that, here is a list of all Most beautiful towns and villages in Sardinia which deserve at least one visit!

NB: The following list is the result of a survey that actively involved Community members. Over 10.000 users were asked to express 20 preferences, choosing from the proposals of the editorial staff.



Index

  1. Atzara, Province of Nuoro
  2. Bosa, Province of Oristano
  3. Carloforte, Province of South Sardinia
  4. Castelsardo, Province of Sassari
  5. Posada, Province of Nuoro
  6. Sadali, Province of South Sardinia
  7. Sardara, Province of Southern Sardinia
  8. Laconi, Province of Oristano
  9. Orgosolo, Province of Nuoro
  10. Orosei, Province of Nuoro
  11. Porto Cervo, Province of Sassari
  12. Santa Teresa Gallura, Province of Sassari
  13. Villasimius, Province of South Sardinia
  14. Stintino, Province of Sassari
  15. Arzachena, Province of Sassari
  16. Barumini, Province of Southern Sardinia
  17. Sant'Antioco, Province of Southern Sardinia
  18. Alghero, Province of Sassari
  19. Chia, Province of South Sardinia
  20. Porto Torres, Province of Sassari
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1 - Atzara, Province of Nuoro

On the south-western slopes of Gennargentu stands an ancient village of medieval origin, Atzara, famous for its wine and textile tradition. In fact, all around there are woods and hills planted with vines from which a well-known black wine is obtained, the Mandrolisai. The textile tradition is also very refined, in particular the production of rugs and ancient women's costumes.

To see the historic center of Aragonese origin where there are granite houses, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Parish Church of Sant'Antioco Martire, a beautiful example of Gothic-Catalan architecture, the Church of Santa Maria Bambini and the Aragonese palace of the counts of San Martino. Do not miss the nature trail "Le Vie dei Vigneti", where you can admire the vineyards just outside the town and in the surrounding area.

What to see in the surroundings: Sanctuary of San Mauro, Meana Sardo, Sorgono, Nolza area, Tonara, Belvì



  • Ideal time for a visit: spring and autumn. In May the Wine Festival is held, while in November religious festivals, including that of the patron saint and Cortes Apertas
  • Specialty of the village: Mandrolisai black wine, sa fregula istuffada (a kind of Sardinian cous cous), sa pan e saba (sapa bread), sa corda (tripe and intestine)
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2 - Bosa, Province of Oristano

It is located in the province of Oristano and is one of the most picturesque villages in Italy. Dominated by a medieval castle and with its colorful houses along the mouth of the river Temo, which divides it in two, Bosa offers a fascinating mix of modernity and tradition.

To visit the Malaspina Castle, dating back to the th century, where from its top you will admire a splendid panorama, the Lungotemo with the Ponte Vecchio, the ancient tanneries, the Museo delle Conce. Furthermore, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with its decorations, the seventeenth-century Palazzo Delitala, the eighteenth-century Palazzo Don Carlo and the Church of the Carmine with adjoining Convent. Going down to Bosa Marina, there is the Church of Stella Maris and the great Aragonese Tower of Isola Rossa. It is possible take boat trips on the river, snorkeling, sailing, trekking and bird watching (to see griffins).
If you are in Cagliari, to visit the enchanting city with its colorful architecture in extreme comfort, you can take part in a suggestive tour that will also take care of the transfer.

What to see in the surroundings: archaeological site S'Abba Druche, Domus de Janas di Coroneddu, hypogean necropolis of Chirisconis



  • Ideal time for a visit: on the occasion of the carnival, or in summer for water activities and festivals, such as that of the Madonna del Mare on the first Sunday of August
  • Specialty of the village: Bosana-style tuna, fried Attinie Oltigada (sea anemones), eels with Malvasia di Bosa, sa pasta violada (Carnival almond sweets)
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3 - Carloforte, Province of South Sardinia

It is located on the small island of San Pietro, the extreme western edge of Italy. He will win you over immediately with his architecture made up of narrow streets and winding alleys that climb up a gentle slope, alleyways, the marina and the ancient defensive fortifications, its views of the sea ... very reminiscent of Genoa and the structure of the Ligurian villages.

Do not miss the Porta del Leone, the arch of via Solferino, which leads to the village, the Church of the Madonna del Naufrago, the striking Rombi palace and the monument to Carlo Emanuele III on the seafront. The activities to do in this delightful village include fishing, bathing and nautical activities, sea excursions on boats, trekking, walks on the many paths of the island and bird-watching at the Lipu Oasis.
You can fully discover the splendid coast through a private tour on a sailing boat, the skipper will be happy to share with you stories and curiosities of the place!

What to see in the surroundings: island of Sant'Antioco, Piana island, Portoscuso



  • Ideal time for a visit: spring and summer. At the end of April there is the Cous Cous Festival, at the beginning of June the Girotonno (with cultural and food and wine meetings)
  • Specialty of the village: cashcà (cous cous), bottarga, farinata
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4 - Castelsardo, Province of Sassari

It is an enchanting medieval village located in the province of Sassari, set on a promontory overlooking the sea. With its labyrinth of narrow streets, the typical houses developed vertically, the open spaces in stone and the squares, gives postcard views!

Do not miss the perfectly preserved castle with the Museum of the Mediterranean weaving inside, the cathedral of Sant'Antonio Abate, the Church of Santa Maria, the historic buildings and the port of Frigiano, with its sixteenth-century tower. There are many activities to do, including water sports, horse trekking, walks in the surrounding area, sport fishing, boat trips.
From Cagliari it is possible to book a comfortable and relaxing private day tour to discover the fascinating village.

What to see in the surroundings: Elephant Rock, Perfugas, Sassari, Sulphurous Baths of Casteldoria, Asinara and Maddalena Archipelago National Parks

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer to enjoy nature and the sea. While in the Holy Week various events, exhibitions and unique rites are held in the streets of the town, such as the "Lunissanti"
  • Specialty of the village: Castellanese-style lobster, Castellanese-style fish soup, desserts such as cheese, papassini, cocciuleddi
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5 - Posada, Province of Nuoro

E' one of the most evocative places on the east coast of Sardinia and excels in culture, history and landscapes. A medieval village perched on a green limestone hill dominated by the Castello della Fava, from which you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the sea and the surrounding plain.

Visit the Church of Sant'Antonio and take a walk through the narrow and colorful alleys, you will be able to admire enchanting views between the green of the luxuriant plain and the blue of the sea. The nearby coast is dreamlike, with sandy beaches and turquoise sea, such as the beach of San Giovanni di Posada and that of Su Tiriarzu. You can practice sports surrounded by unspoiled nature, such as hiking and mountain biking, and other water sports such as fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, kitesurfing and swimming.

What to see in the surroundings: Torpè, La Caletta, Siniscola

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer you can enjoy the sea and nature to the fullest
  • Specialty of the village: seadas (cheese cakes), malloreddus (Sardinian dumplings)
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6 - Sadali, Province of South Sardinia

It is a medieval village of almost a thousand inhabitants surrounded by forests of holm oaks, oak and Mediterranean scrub. The area of ​​this country is defined "island within the island" because of the peculiarity of its landscapes.

Do not miss the San Valentino waterfall, formed by perennial springs, which is located within the town, the Church of San Valentino, of late Byzantine origin which houses a seventeenth-century wooden altar. Then other churches such as that of Santa Maria and Sant'Elena empress and, in the center of the town, the house museum sa Omu 'e zia Cramella.

What to see in the surroundings: Seui, Su Stampu de su Turrunu, Seulo, Villanova Tulo

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer as there are several festivals of typical products
  • Specialty of the village: culurgiones (Sardinian ravioli)
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7 - Sardara, Province of South Sardinia

The village of Sardara rises at the foot of the Su Sibizziri hill, in the historical region of Monreale. An important country famous for its ancient baths, prehistoric remains and historic buildings.

The most important attractions are the Castle of Monreale, which towers over the hills south of the town, the Sanctuary of Sant'Anastasia, the Villa Abbas Museum, Casa Pilloni, a th century residence. The historic center is also particularly suggestive with its narrow streets and stone houses with fine portals, historic manor houses and ancient churches, such as the Parish Church of the Beata Vergine Assunta and the Church of San Gregorio Magno.

What to see in the surroundings: Collinas, Monreale Castle, Monte Granatico, Nuraghe and Genna Maria Museum, Villanovaforru, Gonnostramatza

  • Ideal time for a visit: most of the traditional festivals and celebrations are held in summer and autumn
  • Specialty of the village: su trigu cottu (cooked wheat), ricotta brugnoli (Sardinian dessert), lamb with artichokes
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8 - Laconi, Province of Oristano

It is a village on the border between southern Sardinia and Barbagie characterized by nature and archeology, traditions and festivals. A small jewel that owes its fame to the most loved Sardinian saint, Saint Ignatius, for whom there is an extraordinary devotion.

Here is his birthplace, the sacred and parish art museum dedicated to him and to Sant'Ambrogio. Also worth seeing are the churches of San Giovanni Battista and Sant'Antonio Abate, the Aymerich park articulated around the remains of the Aymerich Castle and the Civic Archaeological Museum of Prehistoric Statuary, where you will admire the menhirs.

What to see in the surroundings: Nureci, Funtana is Arinus, Nurallao, Genoni, Nuragus

  • Ideal time for a visit: spring and summer. In August, the feast of Sant'Ignazio da Laconi takes place
  • Specialty of the village: the truffle
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9 - Orgosolo, Province of Nuoro

It is practically a museum village: there are many paintings that adorn streets and squares, old houses and facades of new buildings. It is famous all over the world for its murals that you can observe while walking.
The inhabited center develops on the slopes of Monte Lisorgoni dominating the valleys crossed by the Cedrino river, surrounding a spectacular and wild landscape of the Supramonte di Orgosolo.

It is indeed a perfect place for trekking and excursions (accompanied by expert guides) towards canyons, caves, deep gorges, in the forests of sas Baddes and Montes.
If you want to deepen the traditions, and immerse yourself in the lives of the men and women of this area, treat yourself to a day dedicated to culture and gastronomy by participating in a guided tour with a typical lunch.

What to see in the surroundings: forests of Sass Baddes and Montes, Necropolis of Madau, Oliena, Nuoro, Supramonte, Monte Corrasi

  • Ideal time for a visit: summer and autumn. In mid-August, sa Vardia 'e mes'Austu is held, an unbridled horse race, and in mid-October Gustos e Nuscos
  • Specialty of the village: la sebada (Sardinian dessert)
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10 - Orosei, Province of Nuoro

It is a locality of the Baronie located in the Cedrino valley and on the central eastern coast of Sardinia.

The historic center is full of churches including the baroque Parish Church of San Giacomo, the Church of the Souls and that of Sant'Antonio, with frescoes from the 1400s. Finally, do not miss sa Prejone vetza (the old Spanish prison) and the Don Nanni Guiso Museum, which houses miniature theaters of all over Europe. The coasts of Orosei, fantastic by day and animated by night, alternate cliffs with beaches with a clear sea that surrounds them, to be visited absolutely with a mini-cruise of the Gulf of Orosei with stops in the most beautiful coves.
To better enjoy this location do not miss the private tour in 4x4 between mountains and beaches!

What to see in the surroundings: Nuoro, Cala Gonone

  • Ideal time for a visit: in spring there are several religious and non-religious holidays and events. In summer to enjoy the sea and water activities
  • Specialty of the village: pistiddu (focaccia with honey), s'aranzada (Sardinian sweet)
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11 - Porto Cervo, Province of Sassari

It is a fraction of the municipality of Arzachena located in north-eastern Sardinia, a region known as Gallura, whose seaside village is built around a natural bay reminiscent of a deer.
This famous seaside village is undisputed capital of the Costa Smeralda, has a few hundred residents, about 400, and in summer it becomes an extraordinary destination for yachts, yachts and celebrities.

Walking through the center you will come across alleys, windows, balconies built in what has become the style of the Costa Smeralda today. And then shops and boutiques with prestigious brands, restaurants and luxury hotels, the most fashionable clubs. The splendid villas climb up to the surrounding hills, immersed in the Mediterranean scrub.

What to see in the surroundings: Bisce islands, Mortorio island, Grande Pevero beach, Arzachena

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer, but if you want to avoid crowded beaches, choose June and September
  • Specialty of the village: carasau bread, porceddu
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12 - Santa Teresa Gallura, Province of Sassari

It is the northernmost municipality of Sardinia, and it is a privileged window towards the cliffs of Bonifacio, which separate the Sardinian island from Corsica. The town follows the course of two inlets, to the east Porto Longone where the tourist port stands, and to the west the bay of Rena Bianca with its fine sand and dazzling colors.

The sea is the undisputed protagonist, among the most beautiful beaches there is La Marmorata, the picturesque Cala Sambuco, the suggestive Cala Balcaccia, Santa Reparata with its clear sea and cliffs perfect for diving. Towards the west is the Capo Testa promontory, the northern tip of the island, while further west is the Valle della Luna where hidden coves emerge between granite walls shaped by nature.

What to see in the surroundings: Cala Spinosa, Valley of the Moon

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer to enjoy the nature of the place
  • Specialty of the village: lu coccu bread (baked under ashes and without yeast)
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13 - Villasimius, Province of South Sardinia

It is one of the best known towns in southern Sardinia as it helps to bring a consistent flow of tourists throughout the year, especially in spring and summer, thanks to its numerous tourist resorts. It is a dream destination with its intense colored scenarios, from the sea to the granite rocks, from the delightful coves to the green hills.

Its territory is characterized by a "crown" of beaches interspersed with small cliffs and by the promontory of Capo Carbonara. To visit absolutely are the coastal towers, the beaches of Porto Sa Ruxi, Campus and Campulongu, all characterized by blue sea, white sand and framed by Mediterranean scrub. On the eastern side of Capo Carbonara there are unique pearls, such as the Notteri pond, a habitat of pink flamingos and other rare species of birds. Also not to be missed is the Archaeological Museum, which tells the stories of the sunken treasures.
If you are staying in Cagliare you can take advantage of the 1 day tour with an expert guide who will take you to discover these wonderful beaches!

What to see in the surroundings: island of CaFlights, island of Serpentara, Cagliari

  • Ideal time for a visit: in spring and summer. At the end of July there is the Feast of the Madonna del Naufrago with a suggestive procession to the sea
  • Specialty of the village: the costedda (focaccia with fresh tomatoes or onions)
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14 - Stintino, Province of Sassari

It is a small town located on the extreme north-western edge of the Sardinian land, in the beginning it was born as a fishing village. It rises in a tongue of land between two inlets, the Old and New ports, where also wooden boats with lateen sail are moored, of which Stintino is like a capital. It hosts a famous regatta, the history of the town is in fact linked to fishing and tuna processing.

The territory extends towards the island of Asinara, and right where they seem to touch is La Pelosa, a place with a clear and very low seabed, and a blue-turquoise sea. Very close is La Pelosetta, closed by an islet that can be reached on foot from the Aragonese tower built in 1578 and called the Pelosa tower. Also not to be missed is the Tonnara Museum, which among many things also houses original instruments.

What to see in the surroundings: Asinara island, Basilica of San Govino, Porto Torres, Cala Reale, Cala d'Oliva

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer to make the most of the local sea
  • Specialty of the village: tumbarella (ricotta cake), octopus alla stintinese (octopus salad with potatoes, vinegar, parsley and sometimes onion)
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15 - Arzachena, Province of Sassari

This town it is a symbol of luxury, worldliness and elite tourism on the island. His is a vast and unique territory, characterized by breathtaking landscapes, beaches of incomparable beauty, hills of vineyards and archaeological treasures. All around arise the various hamlets that divide the municipality, such as Abbiadori, Baja Sardinia, Cannigione, Poltu Quatu and Porto Cervo.

The city center, in the past, was a group of houses gathered around the Church of Santa Maria, today it is a triumph of colors with squares and facades of pink granite and white stone, flowery views and green spaces dotted with boutiques and craft shops. There are four churches, two dedicated to Santa Maria della Neve, one to Santa Lucia and one to San Pietro.

What to see in the surroundings: nuraghe Albucciu, Cala Bitta, Olbia

  • Ideal time for a visit: in spring or summer it is perfect for visiting its natural territory
  • Specialty of the village: Vermentino di Gallura
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16 - Barumini, Province of South Sardinia

One of the most fascinating places of culture in Sardinia. Here is a monumental complex that made him famous, the site of su Nuraxi, which testifies that the territory was inhabited since the Nuragic period. It is the only archaeological site declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are many excursions that depart from Cagliari, which with a guided tour Su Nuraxi in Barumini will make you discover the Nuragic civilization.

In its historic center it houses beautiful examples of religious architecture, such as the Church of the Immaculate Conception, the Church of San Nicola, and the Church of Santa Tecla. The highlands of nearby Giara, also known for being the home of the famous ponies, is a perfect destination for trekking and cycling excursions.

What to see in the surroundings: Las Plassas, Marmilla Castle

  • Ideal time for a visit: in spring or summer, thanks to its pleasant climate and low rainfall to visit all the outdoor places
  • Specialty of the village: malloreddus (Sardinian dumplings), asphodel honey
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17 - Sant'Antioco, Province of South Sardinia

It is the main town of the homonymous island, the largest of the islands of Sardinia and the fourth in Italy by extension. It is connected to the mother island by an artificial isthmus.

The resources of the village of Sant'Antioco are fishing, salt and agriculture, as witnessed by the ethnographic museum Su Magasinu de su Binu (wine warehouse). There are other important museums for Sardinian history, such as the Ferrucci Barreca Museum, which houses testimonies dating back to the pre-Nuragic and Nuragic age, and then also the MuMa, which exhibits equipment for fishing and seafaring activities. Do not miss a visit to the Basilica of Sant'Antioco Martire. Incredibly beautiful is the nearby beach of Maladroxia, from which thermal waters already exploited by the Romans emerge, and the cliff of Is Praneddas, or "bow of kisses", where you can reach a terrace 200 meters above the sea.

What to see in the surroundings: Maladroxia, Portixeddu, Turri, the cliff of Is Praneddas

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer to enjoy the nature and the sea of ​​the place. After Easter for the Sant'Antioco Festival
  • Specialty of the village: the culurgiones (Sardinian ravioli)
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18 - Alghero, Province of Sassari

It is known as the Sardinian Barceloneta in the city in fact Catalan is spoken, in the Alghero variant. In addition to this, Alghero is one of the gateways to the island thanks to its airport, and capital of the Riviera del Corallo, a name that derives from the fact that in its waters there is the largest quantity of the precious red coral, which is fished and processed and then sold. It has been of great economic and cultural importance for centuries, with a coral branch inserted in the city's coat of arms.

The village is beautiful, so we recommend a walking tour with a local guide, but the beaches are even more beautiful. The best known beach is that of Bombarde, a destination for families, young people and even surfing enthusiasts. In its historic center it is possible to admire ancient walls and houses that evoke the Catalan origins of the town, as well as the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Church of San Michele with the characteristic colored dome. Do not miss the Coral Museum and the Liberty style villas that line the Lungomare Dante.
Nothing better than exploring the coast from a different perspective on a bike tour to discover secret beaches.

What to see in the surroundings: Palmavera nuraghe, Anghelu Ruju necropolis, Capo Caccia, Green Grotto

  • Ideal time for a visit: on New Year's Eve for the Cap d'Any, between January and February for the bogamarì (sea urchin) festival. In summer as a seaside destination
  • Specialty of the village: lobster from Alghero, paella from Alghero
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19 - Chia, Province of South Sardinia

An important coastal town in southern Sardinia, it is an ancient village and an important Phoenician center, later Roman under the name of Bithia. Today is a destination for trekking and mountain bike enthusiasts, you can take the dirt road that flanks the old road enjoying particularly suggestive corners of the coast.

The coast is formed by beaches of fine or coarse light sand alternating with small rocky promontories. Its territory is also enriched by three ponds frequented by pink flamingos and other animal species. All the beaches of the coast are particularly popular with fans of spearfishing and diving. Moreover, being beaten by the mistral wind, it is also ideal destination for surfers who can perform freely. Among the most beautiful we recommend the Cala Cipolla beach and the Su Giudeu beach.

What to see in the surroundings: Capo Malfatano, Piscinnì beach

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer for the pleasant climate and the beaches perfect for seaside holidays
  • Specialty of the village: spaghetti alla carlofortina, pilau (shellfish dish), on Casu Cottu (cooked cheese)
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20 - Porto Torres, Province of Sassari

It has always been a municipality of vital importance to the island. Still the port of Porto Torres is one of the largest in Sardinia, and the most developed of all the north-west of Sardinia, it is of primary importance for the connection with the rest of Italy and Europe. It overlooks the sea in the center of the Asinara Gulf.

Right in the international port stands the Aragonese Tower, dating back to 1325, it was a defensive instrument and a beacon, today it is home to exhibitions. Also important is the Basilica of San Govino, the largest and oldest Romanesque church on the island. Near the city you can see high cliffs that plunge into the blue sea, as in Balai beach. In the center of Porto Torres, on the other hand, there is the Archaeological Park of Turris Libisonis, where it is possible to discover the glorious past of the city, and the Antiquarium Museum, which houses the finds of decades of excavations.

What to see in the surroundings: Church of Balai Far, Necropolis of Su Crucifissu Mannu, Platamona

  • Ideal time for a visit: in summer. In August for Suoni & Sapori, the last weekend of June for La Bordeggiata
  • Specialty of the village: the "sighs" (sweet with almond paste), the copulettas (Sardinian sweet)
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