Basilica di Santa Giusta
One of the few vestiges of Oristano's medieval past, the 13th-century Torre di Mariano II was the town's northern gate and an important...
Chiesa di San Francesco
The neoclassical Chiesa di San Francesco harbours a 14th-century wooden sculpture, the Crocifisso di Nicodemo, considered one of...
Duomo was built in the 13th century but remodelled 500 years later. Its free-standing campanile , topped by a conspicuous...
Of the centre’s various cafes and bars, Ele Café is hot right now, filling quickly in the early evening and carrying on late.
This is a place with a huge reputation among the locals. Housed in a former 17th-century granary, the brick-vaulted dining rooms and...
Lonely Planet review
Around 3km south of Oristano at Santa Giusta is the 12th-century Basilica di Santa Giusta , one of Sardinia’s finest Tuscan-style Romanesque churches.