Cagliari unique and invincible city

“And suddenly there is Cagliari: a naked town rising steep, steep, golden looking, piled naked to the sky from the plain at the head of a formless hollow bay. It is strange and rather wonderful, not a bit like Italy. The city piles up lofty and almost miniature, and makes me think of Jerusalem: without trees, without cover, rising rather bare and proud, remote as if back in history, like a town in a monkish, illuminated missal. One wonders how it ever got there. And it seems like Spain or Malta: not Italy.”
So wrote David Herbert Lawrence, in his book “Sea and Sardinia”, in 1921.

The city

The pleasure of knowing Cagliari

The city Hotel Panorama Cagliari


Churches and monuments to see

History Hotel Panorama Cagliari