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Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari
Cagliari

They say that Cagliari is the happiest city in Italy and they can’t be wrong, considering the city has the highest rate of sunshine across the whole Peninsula with over 300 days of sun every year. Located in the south of the island at the very heart of the Golfo degli Angeli, the Sardinian capital offers a fascinating insight into the rich history of Sardinia and the Mediterranean area, amongst its crystal-clear waters and dry, ochre landscapes. Cagliari has succeeded in preserving its soul whilst at the same time allowing economic growth. The flourishing commercial port has 400,000 residents and attracts millions of tourists every year, who are charmed by the idyllic weather and architectural beauty of this city bursting with history and culture.

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Cagliari has been witness to Mediterranean history. As the island’s capital since the Roman age, the city carries traces of the successive dominations of the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians and the Romans, and then subsequently of the Byzantines, the Pisans and the Spanish. Heavily affected by the Second World War, Cagliari has since rediscovered its dynamism. With a little over 400,000 residents, the city is an administrative centre for the autonomous region, boasting a university dating back to the 17th century, a thriving port and an international airport. In fact, the city matches the average household income of some of the biggest cities in Northern Italy. Tourism is one of the city’s main resources. Offering almost guaranteed sunshine, as well as a varied and complete architectural and cultural heritage and preserved wilderness areas close by, Cagliari has become a sought-after, unmissable destination in the Mediterranean!

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