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Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions The Sardinia with Irro Charter


Top 10 attractions in The Sardinia with Irro Charter

Sardinia has a reputation for being a play ground for the rich and famous and is often ignored in terms of sightseeing. Its beauty is not well-known by the majority of people outside of Europe. Tourism in Sardinia takes place mainly in summer due to its stunning beaches on the island. Perhaps, you have heard about the famous Costa Smeralda, the Emerald Coast, which takes its name from the stunning turquoise-blue lapping water against its white sand beaches. However there is a lot more than beaches to this rugged Mediterranean Island. Irro Charter is your group travel partner when it comes to visiting Sardinia. Let us, the experts look after you by providing you with a tour coach and professional driver. We can provide you with long distance coaches for a multi-day trip throughout the island of Sardinia. We can also offer you an Airport shuttle transfer from e.g. Olbia or Cagliari. A chartered coach with a driver booked at Irro Charter will be the best choice for a perfect stay while exploring Sardinia.


Irro Charter team would like to share with you some of the very best things to do on the island of Sardinia:


    Cagliari
    Cagliari, Italy
  1. Cagliari and Southern Sardinia

    Cagliari is an ancient city with a long history and has seen the rule of several civilisations. Today the city is a regional cultural, educational, political and artistic centre, known for its diverse architecture and several monuments. It is also Sardinia's economic and industrial hub, having one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean Sea. Poetto is the closest beach to the centre of Cagliari and stretches for 8 kilometres, so there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy. Poetto beach is very popular with families, if you prefer a more quite and intimate beach then head to Villasimius, you will not be disappointed.
  2. Nuraghe Su Nuraxi

    Cagliari is an ancient city with a long history and has seen the rule of several civilisations. Today the city is a regional cultural, educational, political and artistic centre, known for its diverse architecture and several monuments. It is also Sardinia's economic and industrial hub, having one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean Sea. Poetto is the closest beach to the centre of Cagliari and stretches for 8 kilometres, so there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy. Poetto beach is very popular with families, if you prefer a more quite and intimate beach then head to Villasimius, you will not be disappointed.
  3. Cagliari and Southern Sardinia

    There are literally thousands of these stone towers scattered across Sardinia, most in ruined form, but this is the best preserved and most complete. It is nearest to Cagliari, and the best for providing translation, with twenty-minute tours and English speaking guides. If you were looking for only one site to explore then we recommend visiting this one from UNESCO. The walls in the central tower are possibly 1,500 years old, and the inner and outer towers were built in the 11th or 12th century B.C. Don’t forget to ascend the tower to a higher level to see the stacked dome built of dry stone without mortar.
  4. Costa Smeralda

    From the port town of Olbia to the tip of Capo de Testa, there are wonderful beach resorts and stunning beaches. The centre of all of this is Porto Cervo, which is a picturesque Mediterranean getaway with private yacht parking for the mostly rich and famous. The most modest retreat of the places in the area is the lively little Cannigione, in the seashore of the Gulf of Arzachena.
  5. Alghero

    Alghero is a multilingual city which is remarkably influenced by the Spanish language, you will still find bilingual signs in both Spanish and Italian. In the late 1400s, a 14th-century Pope handed Sardinia to the king of Aragon, aiming to snatch the island from the influence of Pisa and Genoa. There is a Gothic doorway in the 14th-century cathedral. One common activity in the evening is to climb the walls that the Spanish constructed for defence against attacks by sea.
  6. PortoCervo
    Porto Cervo, Italy
  7. Nuraghe Losa

    Most visitors fall under the influence of these castle towers, and soon realize that each one is very different from the other. Referred to as one of the top three, Losa is considered exceptional. This artefact is a very complex, large building with three towers at the corners, inside which you can discover a labyrinth of stone passages and worth a visit.
  8. CArzachena Prehistoric Sites

    The Stone and Copper Ages attractions are just a few kilometres from the Costa Smeralda resorts but they seem to be a totally different world away. Of the six sites, the Nuraghi, burial sites, and the Tomba gigante are noteworthy. This area is known for its beautiful rocks outcrops eroded by the wind into splendid and puzzling shapes. Not far from here, in one of the Arzachena hills, stands a mansion owned by Mr. Pilastru, savour the fine foods at the splendid restaurant.
  9. Nuoro and the Gennargentu

    The streets are extremely narrow in Nuoro and deliver breath-taking views in all directions. The 19th-century Santa Maria della Neve church stands on a small cliff that drops into the city below and the small square in front of the church is the only level area in town.
  10. Valley of Nuraghi

    This dry expanse is ringed by cones that were used by volcanoes in the distant past, and it includes remains of other former settlements. In the later part of the sixteenth century BC, the country's three largest cities were founded. This is an enjoyable experience for travellers and for locals, so they can discover the climbable places of St. Paul's.
  11. Tharros

    Imagine yourself strolling along the desolate paths of the various Mediterranean cultures. You can still see remains of the circus and the amphitheatre overlooking the sea.
  12. Bosa

  13. Bosa overlooks the mouth of Sardinia's only navigable river, the Sassari, in a valley which is today green with farms. A network of tangled medieval streets winds from the old stone bridge and pastel buildings lining the riverfront. If you wish to enjoy the ambiance of the Old Town of Lugo, you can park the car in the town square and continue on foot to the museum for the beautiful palace houses. Besides the palace, you can see the chapel that has a rare 14th-century fresco cycle.


Irro Charter can help you make every step of the way for your group transport. We can offer you our decades of experience and awareness in the coach rental industry and provide the best suited tour coach rental services for your journey. We welcome you to order airport shuttle service, tour coach service or long-distance coach charter service through our website. Our new fleet of charter coaches of many sizes will provide the transport you need for your group. Irro Charter offers professional and kind drivers as well as a friendly and helpful booking team. We look forward to receiving your inquiry to provide you with an acceptable transport quote for your travel needs.

Hannes Heller

Hannes Heller - Author

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