Cagliari is in a central position compared to the south of Sardinia and is an excellent starting point to discover the island to the east or west.
If you have time, do not hesitate to spend a day in the capital, you will be surprised! A living city from a cultural, archaeological and rich in natural places like the Devil's Saddle, symbol of the city.
Direction Pula and the south coast between Chia and Teulada. The region offers various excursions and activities ideal for families, couples and sportsmen.
Going up to west side we suggest a short stop in Sant'Antioco and Carloforte to discover their charming fishing villages.
Around this region it is worth stopping in the small towns of Nuxis, Montessu and Sant'Anna Arresi, which will reserve you pleasant surprises.
Continuing north we finally arrive on the west coast and from there we will cross several breathtaking hairpin bends on the sea and, if you arrive in the evening, you can enjoy a wonderful sunset.
The highlights of this part of the island are the wild coast, the abandoned mining villages, the mines that have become museums and the mountains full of scenic trails just waiting to be explored.
Oristano can be reached in just over an hour from Cagliari, from Nuoro and from the western-western side and
finally from Alghero.
Excellent starting point or arrival equidistant from different areas of Sardinia.
The journey can also start from Alghero to go down to Bosa, Oristano and continue towards Cagliari and the south of Sardinia.