Chiesa di San Michele
Although consecrated in 1538, this church is best known for its lavish 18th-century decor, considered the finest example of rococo in...
Villa di Tigellio
These remains of three Roman houses date to the 1st century BC. Legend has it that Tigellio Ermogene – a famous Sardinian poet and...
Cripta di Santa Restituta
This crypt has been in use since pre-Christian times. It’s a huge, eerie, natural cavern where the echo of leaking water drip-drips....
Il Merlo Parlante
Cagliari’s nearest thing to a student pub, this is a boisterous place with lager on tap, rock on the stereo, and a young up-for-it...
The pizzas fly out of the oven quicker than you can say delizioso at this family-run pizzeria. And they're terrific, too – thin, crisp...
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 193 · interesting places nearby
A corner of Piedmont in Sardinia, Crackers specialises in northern Italian classics such as brasato al Barolo (meat stewed in Barolo wine) and boiled meats served with mustard. There’s also a wide range of risottos, some excellent vegetable antipasti, and a thoughtful wine list.