Monuments of Cagliari

The city of Cagliari boosts numerous historic and artistic monuments, result of the different populations that succeeded for thousands of years between dominations and trade routes, leaving a testimony of their culture. In this section there are the most famous monuments of Cagliari, from archaeological sites and the most important architectural artifacts.

La Villa di Tigellio a Cagliari

House of Tigellius (Villa di Tigellio)

The Villa of Tigellio is deemed as one of the most important archaeological sites of Sardinia, and preserves the remains of a residential Roman neighbourhood arisen in the first century B.C. and inhabited until the sixth-seventh century A.D.

Lazzaretto di Cagliari
  • via dei Navigatori snc, Cagliari
  • Phone: +39 070 3838085
  • Bus: 6

Lazzaretto of Cagliari

The Lazzaretto of Cagliari is a cultural and exhibition place in one of the most picturesque places of the city and, along with the Cruise Terminal of the Ichnusa dock, it represents one of the two edges of the New pedestrian and cycle walk of the seafront of Cagliari.

Monumento a Carlo Felice
  • Largo Carlo Felice, Cagliari
  • Bus: 1 - 8

Monument to Carlo Felice

The monument to Carlo Felice, located in the historic neighbourhood of Stampace between Largo Carlo Felice and Piazza Yenne, was erected in honour of Carlo Felice Giuseppe Maria of Savoy, King of Sardinia from 1821 to 1831.

Palazzo Boyl e Torre del Leone
  • Via Mario de Candia, 7 - 09124 Cagliari
  • Bus: 7

Boyl Palace and the Lion Tower

Palazzo Boyl is a noble building built in the heart of Cagliari's Castle.

Immagine del Palazzo Civico di Cagliari
  • via Roma, 145 Cagliari
  • Phone: +39 070 6777187
  • Bus: 1 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 29 - 30 - 31 - PF - PQ - M

City Hall of Cagliari

The City Palace of Cagliari, seat of the Municipality and of SEARCH (exposition centre of the historic archive of the municipality) is located in Via Roma, in front of Piazza Matteotti.

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