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Cagliari Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

1. Cagliari Half-Day Private Sightseeing Tour

Explore the capital of Sardinia on a 4-hour private guided tour. Start on the Via Roma, where beautiful porticoes shade busy shoppers. Then be driven in your private minivan to the sandy beach of Poetto, which stretches into the Balearic Sea for more than 6 miles. Catch a flash of pink as flamingos dance on the surface of the salt ponds at Stagno di Cagliari. Then stop at the Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria, a Roman Catholic shrine to the Virgin Mary. Now for the walking part! Enter Cagliari's medieval quarters through the historic gates in front of the National Archaeological Museum; home to fine exhibits that recount the early Sardinian civilizations. Pass the medieval limestone tower of San Pancrazio and visit the grand Royal Palace and Romanesque Cathedral. Wander down narrow streets to the Bastion of Saint Remy, and end your tour in the Marina Quarter where fresh fish is cooked and prepared in dozens of little restaurants by the sea.

Cagliari Shore Excursion: Amazing Hidden Beaches Jeep Tour

2. 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.

Cagliari Shore Excursion: Wine Tasting

3. Cagliari Shore Excursion: Wine Tasting

Experience an unforgettable visit to one of the best wineries of South Sardinia. For this tour, it is necessary to hold a green pass. You will meet your guide outside the passenger terminal at the parking and board your transportation to the heart of the island and the village of Sardinia, located approximately 11 miles (18 km) to the north of Cagliari, for a quick yet scenic drive. This is a private excursion for just you and your group (but the winery could have other guests simultaneously). Located in the rolling hills, the small town of Sardinia only has a population of approximately 2,000. For thousands of years, the land and climate make this region's wines and olive oil unique. The grapes in this area have been grown since Nuraghic times, and some native grapes of the site are famous, like the Cannonau, Vermentino, and Carignano. The same vineyard you will visit depends on the day of the week and the crowds. The winery staff will explain the process and wine itself. You will also have the opportunity to buy some of the best wines in the winery store at a discount - be sure to check with your cruise line for their regulations on bringing wine back on board. At the end of your experience, your local guide will be keen to make the tour as personal as possible. He will assist you with his expertise and recall interesting anecdotes for you before bring you back to your cruise ship.

Cagliari: Porto Flavia Tour

4. Cagliari: Porto Flavia Tour

See how a special crew of miners expert in explosives and rock climbing was assembled. They worked in shifts, day and night, to complete the excavations in record time. Despite safety measures being practically ignored to speed up work, no casualties were reported in the building phase. Because the tunnel was without angles or trenches, the usual technique for dynamite drilling was impossible (the crew used those angles and trenches as shelter while blowing up charges just a few meters away). Instead, small cavities were excavated at regular distances to allow the workers to gain cover after igniting explosives. They are still visible in the guided tour.  The workers began drilling the upper gallery, 37 metres (121 feet) above sea level with dynamite and mechanical drills (many mines at the time mostly used pickaxes) until they reached the sea. They then hung from ropes and began drilling the lower tunnel from the cliff face, 16 metres (52 feet) above sea level, going the opposite direction under the upper gallery. This way, they could dump the removed rocks directly into the sea. Finally, the reservoirs were excavated by creating holes in the basaltic rock starting from the bottom of the cavities and going up. This again eased the removal of rubble, although this procedure was dangerous. Each storage reservoir was 4 to 8 metres (13 to 26 feet) in diameter and 20 metres (66 feet) high. Venting holes were opened on the side of the galleries. Mechanical iron hatches were installed along with the electric railway into the upper tunnel. The train brought the ore to the loading hatches of the reservoirs, while in the lower tunnel the unloading hatches fed the ore to the conveyor belt leading to the ships. The belt was covered with a steel casing to prevent the wind blowing away zinc oxide powder. It was extensible, and retracted after a load was delivered to the ship's hold. The main conveyor belt featured an innovative movable alignment system, designed to reduce the risk of the belt escaping the driving wheels under the pressure of the falling ore. The main belt dumped the ore on the slightly lower extensible conveyor belt, which could be protruded for 15 metres (49 feet) and channeled the ore powder into a vertical shaft going to the hold of a moored ship. Construction took only two years, ending in 1924, a remarkably short period of time for a work of that size. The ends of the tunnels facing the sea were adorned with concrete towers and decorative nameplates. They were not necessary to the operation, but were asked to be constructed by the owner of the company as a mark of prestige. Vecelli's daughter, Flavia, was born earlier in 1924 and the engineer obtained from the company to name the harbor after her.

Cagliari: Full-Day Private Wine Tasting with Lunch

5. Cagliari: Full-Day Private Wine Tasting with Lunch

Embark on a charming itinerary and taste delicious wines. First, visit two of the best wineries in southern Sardinia. Then, enjoy an authentic Sardinian lunch in a traditional farmhouse. Start your journey with a drive to the countryside to the middle of the Western Mediterranean. Discover the beauty of Cagliari, which is the capital city of the Italian island of Sardinia, on this tasting tour. Marvel at the olive groves, fields, and vineyards. For thousands of years, this land has produced bread, oil, and wine for the city.  Learn the whole process of winemaking. Grapes have been growing here since the Nuraghic times. Cannonau, Vermentino, and Carignano are just some of the famous wines which are made here. Next, you will stop for a Sardinian lunch in a traditional farmhouse. Taste local products like cheese, olives, cured meat, fresh homemade pasta, the Sardinian pig, homemade dessert, season fruits, coffee, and the famous Sardinian Liquor.

Cagliari: Hidden Coves of Chia & Teulada Jeep & Boat Tour

6. Cagliari: Hidden Coves of Chia & Teulada Jeep & Boat Tour

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Chia, and then travel by jeep to visit the hidden inlets of Chia and Teulada on the beautiful southern coast of Sardinia. Get stunning views of the island of Su Cardolinu and the magnificent bay of Cala Cipolla. See the lighthouse and the sheltered beach of Tuerredda on the headlands of Capo Spartivento. Continue to Porto Larboi and Cala Crabittu on the way to the pristine beach of Malfatano. Board an inflatable boat to explore the protected beaches from the water. Sail to Cape Teulada and Cala Zafferano to get perfect views of the natural landscapes. Look for the friendly dolphins that sometimes frolic by the side of the boat, and swim in the crystal clear waters of the most beautiful sea in Italy.

From Cagliari: Nora Ruins and Pula Guided Tour

7. From Cagliari: Nora Ruins and Pula Guided Tour

The tour will start by your location, meeting your personal driving guide; After few minutes we'll cross the bridge on the highway SS 195 "Sulcitana" starting to see the beautiful pink flamingos in the middle of the pondo of Santa Gilla! In 30 minutes arrive in Pula and then parking in front of the beautiful beach of Nora, once upon a time, necropolis of the phoeinician city. In few minutes the tour will start, crossing the gates of the amazing archaeologycal site of Nora, surrounded by ruins of temples, baths, theater and mosaics. At the end of the tour, small stop in Pula to discover the nice square and make some shopping Return to Cagliari

Cagliari: Wine Tasting & Winery Tour

8. Cagliari: Wine Tasting & Winery Tour

This combination tour takes you into the Sardinian inland, where you can discover two little towns, Serdiana and Donori. Experience an unforgettable visit to the best winery of the South Sardinia. Located in the rolling hills, the small town of Serdiana only has a population of approximately 2,000. For thousands of years, the land and climate make the wines and olive oil of this region unique. Not to mention the grapes in this area have been grown since Nuraghic times and some native grapes of the area are famous, like the Cannonau, Vermentino and Carignano. The exact vineyard you will visit depends on the day of the week and the crowds but all are top quality such as Cantine Argiolas, Pauli, Cantine Pala and Audarya. After visiting the winery, you will be treated to a tasting accompanied by cheese and cured meats to compliment the samples. Whether you like red wine, white wine, or both, you will be able to have a sample of two different types of each. The winery staff will explain the process and wine itself. You will also have the opportunity to buy some of the best wines in the winery store at a discount - be sure to check with your cruiseline for their regulations on bringing wine back on-board. All in all, you will spend approximately 2 hours at the winery, during which time your guide will be happy to assist you with his or her expertise. Many of the wineries have small museums / displays showcasing some of the century old world ways located now in modern facilities. Afterwards you will drive to Donori, a quickly stop at the cheese factory where you can taste the best cheese and of course you can save money as well buying from the factory store. Your local guide will be keen to make the tour as personal as possible. He will assist you with his expertise and recall interesting anecdotes for you before you return to your hotel.

Top Sights of Cagliari Tour

9. Top Sights of Cagliari Tour

Visit the historic districts of Cagliari, rich in culture and history. Start your walking tour of about one to two hours from the lower to the higher points or from the top of the hills down to the small streets of the city centre, depending on your request. Visit all the monuments, churches and most important places , such as the Crypt of Santa Restituta and Sant'Efisio, the Dome of Cagliari and other small churches, the Pisan Walls and Towers. At the end of the tour, visit Santa Chiara's Food Market, where you can taste delicious Sardinian wines and cheese. If requested, you can be driven to Poetto Beach and the picturesque San Benedetto's Market – in this case the tour of the city centre will be shorter. If you are staying in Pula or Chia, you can also stop for a short birdwatching break in the lagoon of Santa Gilla to see the beautiful pink flamingos. This walking tour can also be arranged as an itinerary by car, as a stop-and-go tour if you prefer not to walk. In this case it won't be possible to visit the monuments inside, but just to stop in front of them to take some photos.

Cagliari: Wine, Cheese and Olive Oil Tasting Shore Excursion

10. Cagliari: Wine, Cheese and Olive Oil Tasting Shore Excursion

This combination tour will take you into the Sardinian Islands, where you can discover three little towns: Serdiana, Dolianova and Donori. Experience an unforgettable visit to the best wineries in southern Sardinia. After visiting the winery, you will taste two white wines and two red wines served with a tasty cheese and cured meat.  It will also be possible to buy some of the best wines in the area at the winery store. Afterwards, drive to Donori, where you can taste the best cheese from the factory store. On the way back stop at the oil mills, let's an expert show you how to distinguish a good olive oil with a quick lesson, you will taste the olives, the oils as well with the local products and home made wine. Your local guide will be keen to make the tour as personal as possible. This itinerary can easily be changed to fit better into your ship's scheduled docking times.

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What people are saying about Cagliari

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 27 reviews

A dream day!

Junior with the boat in the morning and maths in the afternoon with the jeep showed us great places in the pula - chia - tuerreda area, where you can linger wonderfully. The lunch was actually well prepared ... but be careful: dishes with "bottarga" are not intended for every palate, very, very salty and fishy in taste, which we didn't really like. But the sumptuous starter (salado di polpo) was actually enough to fill you up. Would book the trip again!

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!

Very interesting excursion

We had a great time, everything was wonderful. Wine and dinner was tasty, beautiful views, interesting information and dialogues. The best wine tour in this region

Junior from Bitan tours was absolutely wonderful! He is very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English.

Laura was a great tour guide! We had a wonderful day.