History and traditions Cagliari

The Cagliari archaeological museum holds a rich collection of objects from the so called „Nuraghe" - culture, a population dating back to the bronze age and known for its stone towers (nuraghe) that are still visible all over the island, such as a Phoenician an Roman collection.

Places of interest hotel panorama

Places of interest - Hotel Panorama

The traditional quarters Stampace, Marina and Villanova are worth a visit. While the first one was the quarter of the citizens and merchants, in the Marina quarter lived the fisherman and sailors. Stampace, the third one, was populated mainly by farmers and shepherds. 
The natural laguna of Cagliari was used for the salt production since ancient times. Today the laguna is a natural park and refuge for endangered species like the pink flamingos.
In the high season the five mile long Poetto beach with its recreational facilities, its bars and vendors of fresh seafood becomes a city itself. 
Within close proximity of Cagliari there are two tourist harbours: "Marina piccola" and "Su Siccu".