One word: beaches. As the second largest island in the Mediterranean, Sardinia is surrounded by gorgeous blue waters and sandy-white beaches. And since Sardinian towns are often further inland, many beaches have been left unspoilt and are perfect for sunbathing or scuba diving in amazing underwater caves. Cagliari (Sardinia) can be visited on one of our many Europe cruisesFind Cruises Sailing to This Port
Cagliari is one of the island's liveliest cities, and it just so happens to be your port of call. This city offers the best of everything: colourful festivals, architectural wonders, historic monuments, tranquil lagoons and one of the longest beaches in the Mediterranean.
A landscape of exceptional beaches, rocky cliffs and numerous underwater caves makes Sardinia perfect for rock climbing, snorkelling, scuba diving and more.
Many cultures have explored Sardinia and left their mark over the years. Spanish, Egyptian, Middle Eastern, French and Italian flavours can be found in Sardinian cuisine. Expect hearty foods like lamb, wild boar, suckling pig and the famed pecorino sardo cheese.
Italy's official currency is the euro (EUR). Credit cards and traveller's cheques are also widely accepted.
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Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.