Located on the northwest coast of Sardinia in Italy, Alghero is a famous tourist center with small bays and private coves, and white sandy beaches beside the sea. The city is an old town dotted with historical monuments and narrow paved streets. You’ll also find lovely tourist shops and restaurants all around the city where you can make your trip a memorable one. To make the best of your visit, you can book airport transfers within Alghero.
While in the city, take time out to see the sights with Alghero sightseeing boat tours. Spend the day watching dolphins or snorkeling with a guide in the Gulf of Alghero. You can also take hop-on-hop-off bus tours where you’ll see historic sites and hear from an expert guide. If you’re up for a stroll, you can also take walking tours in Alghero, seeing the sights and enjoying the unique scents of the city. In the hot summer afternoons, you can cool off with Alghero water sports. Finally, introduce your taste buds to the many dishes of the city with food tours in Alghero. You can visit exotic wineries in the city and enjoy a guided wine tasting tour.
The city is full of monuments with a rich history, so be sure to take advantage of Alghero day excursions. You can enjoy a leisurely drive through the countryside and then end up catching a boat or dinghy for a lovely end to your day.
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The Asinara National Park is one of the most suggestive corners of Sardinia. On board comfortable 8-seater off-road vehicles, you will be able to admire all its beauties and not miss even a curiosity that the expert exclusive guides of the Park will be able to tell you. Between wild nature, the history of the island and wild animals such as...Read more
Visit the historical city centre, that has its origins from the Catalan domination, and get some interesting tips with an expert guide who will also accompany you to the most representative archaeological site of the area: the Nuraghe Palmavera, fascinating sample of the Nuragic civilisation, that goes back to 4000 years. Enjoy the mesmerising...Read more
Live a day as a resercher with the scientists of MareTerra NPO. All your curiosities about dolphins will be satisfied. Observe the researchers as they collect scientific data to study the bottlenose dolphin population of the Gulf of Alghero. Discover the stories of some of the most famous dolphins like Suzeo, Taz or Shark Junior.
We work from two beaches in the Alghero region, one is in scenic Porto Conte, with it's wildly beautiful coast teeming with marine life, and the other is Punta Negra which is within a protected area ideal for when the sea gets choppy and with access to the southern end of the marine park. Both of these areas are amazing, and we will visit some...Read more
Enjoy this unique private tour with a local guide, who will be able to tell you the historical facts about the archaeological sites of Alghero: the nuraghe Palmavera, dating back to 1500 BCE, and the necropolis of Anghelu Ruju, with its 6000 years of "life".
From your own accommodation directly to the unique history of these ancient sites...Read more
A bicycle tour suitable for everyone, which will give you the opportunity to get to know Sardinia and its wonderful beaches thanks to the routes that our experience has created especially for our visitors. A unique and at the same time simple and fun tour to better enjoy a holiday in Sardinia. We will visit the most secret and silent beaches...Read more
explore Porto Conte Regional Park (Le Prigionette) with the whole family, it will be a fantastic experience to be able to ride even uphill with the help of the latest generation of powerful E-bikes! For children it will be fantastic to explore the park full of wild animals like Deer, Wild Boar, the typical Sardinian horse (a miniature version of...Read more
Meet of history, culture, traditions, nature, cuisine and unique food & wine experience on the island of longevity! Tour "Road of Tastes Sardinia" crafted by local experts and insiders tells our guests about the life of a...Read more
The SILT, a Tourist Services cooperative operating in Sardinia since 1985 and based in Alghero, manages the main archaeological sites of Alghero: the nuragic complex of Palmavera and the necropolis of Anghelu Ruju - sites open every day of the year (except for December 25th) and can be visited with a combined ticket. In addition, the Tetrapods...Read more
-We are native English speaking Sardinians (born and raised in Alghero) with the exception of our Wellness and Public Relations Manager (American).
-We are a highly educated, professional team (2 real estate lawyers, 1 real estate agent with over 20 plus years of hospitality experience and is also published historical author, 1 licensed...Read more
Sardinia is not just a beach paradise, but a cyclist’s dream as well. It’s scantily populated with breathtaking views all around! You are free to discover the open roads: less residents equals less cars –roads free from traffic await you!
You will spend a week biking all around rugged Landscape of the island: on the west coast,...Read more
Enjoy a unique and fascinating experience in the Asinara National Park. A 3 hours drive from Cagliari through the beautiful Sardinian countryside up to the northwest of the island where we will catch a dinghy or a boat.
With its untouched natural beauty, isolated landscape, rare flora and fauna species, and unique history, this island...Read more
The Necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is one of the most important archaeological sites in Sardinia since it has one of the largest and oldest complex of artificial caves, used by different cultures from 4200 to 1800 BC. about. Discovered casually in 1903 and explored in subsequent excavation campaigns until 1967, the necropolis includes 38 domus de...Read more
In a bay the Romans called the Harbour of the Nymphs, in the extreme northwestern part of Sardinia, there is a village almost four thousand years old, shrouded in legend, among the most important that the Nuragic civilisation left us. The architecture of their construction testifies to the extraordinary skills of the fascinating and mysterious...Read more