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Cagliari Shore Excursion: Amazing Hidden Beaches Jeep Tour

1. Cagliari Shore Excursion: Amazing Hidden Beaches Jeep Tour

Enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches and coves in Sardinia between Chia and Teulada on an exclusive tour. Meet your guide at the cruise terminal and board your transportation for a 40-minute scenic drive towards the southwest. Explore the coves and beaches that were twice named the most beautiful in Italy. Visit Cala Cipolla, where you can admire the lighthouse of Capo Spartivento. This cove offers one of the best places to snorkel in South Sardinia. Enjoy snorkeling or just spread out your towel on the sand, kick back, and relax. Also, visit Malfatano Beach, ideal for families with children due to its calm waters. Head to Cala Antoni Areddu, one of the most beautiful beaches in the area, and stop at S'isola Manna. Also, find small stands, cafes, and options to purchase lunch, drinks, or snacks throughout the day. Throughout your experience at Chia, your guide will share stories, history, and tales about the area and make your time as personalized as possible. Take in the picturesque scenery on your ride back to your Cagliari cruise port after a relaxing day on the beaches of Chia. This itinerary is flexible for your cruise ship and can take from 5 to 8 hours.

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Cagliari: Orosei Gulf Hop-On Hop-Off Mini Cruise

2. Cagliari: Orosei Gulf Hop-On Hop-Off Mini Cruise

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Cagliari, and then relax in air-conditioned comfort on the 3.5-hour drive to the north east coast of Sardinia. Climb aboard a hop-on hop-off mini cruise upon arrival at the Orosei Gulf and admire the amazing beaches and coves from the water. Get the chance to jump off to soak up the sun at different bays and paradise beaches. Look for birds in their natural environment, including queen hawk and the shag that build their nests in the Corsican Gulf. Jump off at the beaches of Cala Mariolu, Cala Luna and Cala Beriala, and take an optional visit to the Sea Oxen Grottoes at your own expense.

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Cagliari: 5-Hour Archaeological Shore Excursion

3. Cagliari: 5-Hour Archaeological Shore Excursion

Nora was a Roman and pre-Roman town dating back to the time of the Phoenicians. Whether fact or a bit of fiction, the founding of the town is bathed in colorful history. Pausanias, who was a geographer in the 2nd century, outlines in his work description of Greece, that the Iberians founded Nora when they crossed Sardinia under the leadership of Norax, an ancient mythical hero. The tradition says that Nora was the first city on the island. As you enter to the archeological zone, you will see what remains of the thermal baths. Walk along the cobbled street to the heart of this open-air museum - Piazza del Foro. Here you will see the Temple of Tanit - a Carthaginian goddess. The archeological zone was revealed in 1889 following a storm that uncovered the Phoenician Tophet, a kind of cemetery for children. And hence the excavations began. An aqueduct and necropolis are found on the site, as are the remains of a nobleman's house dating back to the 3rd century. The rooms of the house are lined with mosaics that are stunning. Your private guided visit in Nora will be approximately 1.5 hours. The main attraction of Nora is the theater, the only one in Sardinia. In its day, it was lined with marble and could seat 1,000 people on its 20 terraces. The spectacular structure still today is host to the La Notte dei Poeti festival! Please note that during the festivals, the theater is covered to protect the ruins. In spite of all that you will see, much of Nora remains unexcavated! Looking out across the golden sands of the beach and the crystal waters of the Mediterranean, you can likely take yourself back to the forgotten past of this ancient urban trading center and imagine what it must have been! Before returning to your Cagliari cruise port, you will also visit the nearby town of Pula. A hidden gem in the southern Sardinia, with charming alleys and patrician homes. You can browse your perfect souvenir here, there are many craft shops and if times allow maybe you can enter one of their traditional restaurants. Here and throughout this incredible experience, your guide will strive to make your time as personalized as possible. You will have approximately 30 minutes in Pula. Your private transportation will take you back to the Passenger Terminal at the Caliari pier at the end of your excursion.  

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Cagliari: 2-Hour Family Walking Tour

4. Cagliari: 2-Hour Family Walking Tour

Discover Cagliari, the Sardinian city built on seven hills. Join the adventure with your family on an exclusive walking tour and admire the city highlights with a family-friendly guide. Spend 2 hours navigating the winding streets while hearing the myths and tales hiding behind each turn as your local guide leads you to famous cultural and architectural sites. Enjoy the tour at a relaxed pace, with stories guaranteed to give a few giggles along the way. Admire historical landmarks as well as off-the-beaten-track gems on this unique tour designed to delight all ages.

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What people are saying about Cagliari

Great excursion with a local guide who provides you not just with the information about the nicest beach spots (and the vehicles to get there) but also may explain (really a lot!) about history, geography, vegetation and local traditions. I’ve been impressed how well managed this tour was, and it felt like to be with a good friend from the island for half a day. It’s been quite the right balance of everything, thanks Iunio and Matteo!

Great tour

Our guide was very good but unfortunately the AC in his van died