A city steeped in antiquity
With an incredible history that dates back thousands of years to the Bronze Age and the roots of humanity, Alghero is a city steeped in antiquity. Whether you’re exploring the ancient settlement of Nuraghe Palmavera or the natural caves of Neptune’s Grotto that have mystified men and women for centuries, you can feel the footsteps of the thousands that have gone before you as make your unique mark on this jewel of the Sardinia.
Alghero also has a gothic medieval tradition with several landmarks, including the Bastioni Marco Polo Sea Walls and the Campanile Bell Tower, borrowing from the iconic architectural movement. The mild climate maintains a constant warmth with lows of 17°C (in January) and highs of 30°C (in July and August), making it a great summer getaway or even a welcomed winter warmer.