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Our search page's selection of filters can help you find your dream accommodation in Cagliari. In Cagliari, 2,378 properties offer internet. Consequently, if you can't imagine a holiday without internet, use the internet filter to see this type of accommodation. You could even compare and find offers if you love sweating the stress away in saunas (47 rentals include saunas in Cagliari) or you want a rental with a pool (46 rentals with pools).
The Weather in Cagliari
- Rainy days
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 6° in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is July.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Cagliari
More than a quarter of the offers (26.87%) in Cagliari are bed & breakfast rentals. They are the most typical holiday lettings on offer there. The average rental fee for this particular type of property is £87 per night, with an average size of 21 m². Moreover, these properties are a great choice for couples and small groups, as most can accommodate 3 guests. If you would like to rent something else, you can compare alternative offers, including apartment rentals, which are another popular type of accommodation in Cagliari. Our data reveals that the median price of apartment rentals is £116 a night for an area of 61 m².
History and the sea await at your Cagliari holiday accommodation
In the 1920s, the writer D.H. Lawrence compared the Italian town of Cagliari to Jerusalem in his memoir about travelling on the island of Sardinia. In the present day, you can get inspired by the azure ocean and lovely beaches near this walled medieval town from your own holiday accommodation, whether you choose a private home or an apartment near the sea.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Cagliari?
Discover Cagliari's heritage
Journey to Sardinia in antiquity via its archaeology, at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari. The collection includes sculptures, weaponry, and the remarkable Pintadera terracotta mold, used for decorating bread.
The Pisan-Romanesque Cagliari Cathedral dates from the 13th century, though its present façade is somewhat newer, having been added in the 1930s. Renovations in the 17th and 18th centuries account for its Baroque details. Keep an eye out for the 15th century triptych by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden.
Where are the unique attractions in Cagliari?
Cagliari's upbeat outskirts
The most important historic city fortification is the Bastione di Saint Remy. In the 19th century a rampart was built into the 14th century walls, linking the castle district with the marina. Today, the panoramic views from the terrace are spectacular.
Just east of the town you'll find Poetto Beach. During summer nights, it's known as a party scene, but during the day its crystal clear waters are filled with swimmers and the sand with volleyball games.
What are the best events and festivals in Cagliari?
A festival like no other
Every first of May since the year 1656, the streets of Cagliari have erupted into life for a vibrant religious procession. The Festival of Sant'Efisio celebrates the eponymous Roman soldier sent to the island to suppress Christianity by Emperor Diocletian.
Efisio, however, had a religious experience and became a follower. When asked to renounce his new religion he refused, was sentenced to death, and later canonized. The religious procession, the only one in the world to last four days, attracts visitors from around the world.
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