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Guidebook for Sassari

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Guidebook for Sassari

Food Scene
There are several restaurants an bars in this street.
Via Giorgio Asproni
There are several restaurants an bars in this street.
Drinks & Nightlife
Piazza Tola offers carious options among breweries, wineries, restaurants pizzerie and fast food options. It is the ideal place if you want to have a Craft Beer, or taste good Wines while listen to music. You also have various food options, from traditional local cuisine to pizza, to vegan and ethnic food.
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Piazza Tola
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Piazza Tola offers carious options among breweries, wineries, restaurants pizzerie and fast food options. It is the ideal place if you want to have a Craft Beer, or taste good Wines while listen to music. You also have various food options, from traditional local cuisine to pizza, to vegan and ethnic food.
Arts & Culture
The patrimony of the museum is made up of more than 490 paintings and artefacts dating from a period between the Medieval age and the mid- twentieth century, related to different schools and local, Italian and European artists and a particular focus on sardinan painters.
Pinacoteca Nazionale di Sassari
4 Via di Santa Caterina
The patrimony of the museum is made up of more than 490 paintings and artefacts dating from a period between the Medieval age and the mid- twentieth century, related to different schools and local, Italian and European artists and a particular focus on sardinan painters.
The "G.A. Sanna" National Museum is the main museum of the north-central Sardinia for his archaeological collections. It covers a large historical period from the prehistory to the Nuragic and Roman ages to the post-medieval times. IMPORTANT! - The museum is now partially under renovation so part of it is closed!
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Musée arcbéologique Sanna
64 Via Roma
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The "G.A. Sanna" National Museum is the main museum of the north-central Sardinia for his archaeological collections. It covers a large historical period from the prehistory to the Nuragic and Roman ages to the post-medieval times. IMPORTANT! - The museum is now partially under renovation so part of it is closed!
Palazzo di Città lies in the same area which was occupied from the second half of the 13th century onwards by the Town Hall, the centre of power and headquarters for the institutions of the city of Sassari. This elegant building overlooked “Ruga de Cotinas”, the modern day Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, a main thoroughfare between Castle Gate and the Gate of Saint Biagio. The building was the headquarters of the town offices and archive, which for centuries safeguarde it is now both a theatre and a Museum focused on the history of the Town.
Teatro Civico
Palazzo di Città lies in the same area which was occupied from the second half of the 13th century onwards by the Town Hall, the centre of power and headquarters for the institutions of the city of Sassari. This elegant building overlooked “Ruga de Cotinas”, the modern day Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, a main thoroughfare between Castle Gate and the Gate of Saint Biagio. The building was the headquarters of the town offices and archive, which for centuries safeguarde it is now both a theatre and a Museum focused on the history of the Town.
Palazzo Ducale was built from 1775 to 1804 by order of Don Antonio Manca, Marquis of Mores and Lord of Usini, Duke of Asinara. Located in the centre of the old town, very close to the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas. The section of the museum called “the Duke’s rooms” completes and enriches the visit to the building, illustrating the history of the most important civic building in Sassari and life as it went on within in the first half of the 1800s. Further excavations have revealed five cellar rooms beneath the floors of the Palace. The itinerary passes along a catwalk suspended above the cellars of the palace.
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Palazzo Ducale
1 Piazza del Comune
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Palazzo Ducale was built from 1775 to 1804 by order of Don Antonio Manca, Marquis of Mores and Lord of Usini, Duke of Asinara. Located in the centre of the old town, very close to the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas. The section of the museum called “the Duke’s rooms” completes and enriches the visit to the building, illustrating the history of the most important civic building in Sassari and life as it went on within in the first half of the 1800s. Further excavations have revealed five cellar rooms beneath the floors of the Palace. The itinerary passes along a catwalk suspended above the cellars of the palace.
The castle of Sassari was built by the Aragonese in XIV century A.D., after the city's revolts against the new rulers between. It became the seat of the Inquisition since 1564. The fortress was completely demolished by the people of sassari between 1877 and 1880. The only surviving part of the castle, the "barbacane" lays under Piazza Castello.
Barbacane del Castello aragonese
The castle of Sassari was built by the Aragonese in XIV century A.D., after the city's revolts against the new rulers between. It became the seat of the Inquisition since 1564. The fortress was completely demolished by the people of sassari between 1877 and 1880. The only surviving part of the castle, the "barbacane" lays under Piazza Castello.
A museum and an archaeological park among the ruins of the first Roman Colony in the whole Sardinia: Turris Libisonis.
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Museo Archeologico Nazionale - Antiquarium Turritano
99 Via Ponte Romano
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A museum and an archaeological park among the ruins of the first Roman Colony in the whole Sardinia: Turris Libisonis.
A well excavated small Nuragic fortress and village. Nice example of the Sardinian pre-Roman autochthonous civilization.
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Complexe nuragique de Palmavera
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A well excavated small Nuragic fortress and village. Nice example of the Sardinian pre-Roman autochthonous civilization.
Shopping
Shopping street
Via Luigi Luzzatti
Shopping street
Parks & Nature
One of the most beautiful beaches of the North West, you can find some not expensive restaurants and enjoy majestic sunsets.
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Porto Conte
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One of the most beautiful beaches of the North West, you can find some not expensive restaurants and enjoy majestic sunsets.
A savage and very long free beach. You can find even a small beach bar with live music and a very friendly environment. It is a well known surfers den. Three medieval towers sorround the bay, if you're strong enough you can climb the hill to the black tower and get a superb view of the bay.
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Porto Ferro
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A savage and very long free beach. You can find even a small beach bar with live music and a very friendly environment. It is a well known surfers den. Three medieval towers sorround the bay, if you're strong enough you can climb the hill to the black tower and get a superb view of the bay.
Probably the most famous beach of the North West. Just in front of the Asinara island, it's absolutely recommended. Unfortunately his popularity makes it very crowded in the summer, but it is worth a visit. Don't miss the fisher village of Stintino too!
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La Pelosa
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Probably the most famous beach of the North West. Just in front of the Asinara island, it's absolutely recommended. Unfortunately his popularity makes it very crowded in the summer, but it is worth a visit. Don't miss the fisher village of Stintino too!
This literally savage paradise was used as a quarantine location, as a prison camp during the First World War, and was the most important Italian high security prisons during the struggle against the mafia, until the establishment of a National Park in 1997. The territory has so preserved unspoiled, and the national park is a wonderful example of Mediterranean nature. A real pearl. ABSOLUTELY RECOMMENDED
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Parc national de l'Asinara
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This literally savage paradise was used as a quarantine location, as a prison camp during the First World War, and was the most important Italian high security prisons during the struggle against the mafia, until the establishment of a National Park in 1997. The territory has so preserved unspoiled, and the national park is a wonderful example of Mediterranean nature. A real pearl. ABSOLUTELY RECOMMENDED
This former village of silver miners by the sea has been partially restored and is now a small center with a strong touristic vocation. It offers wonderful small and hidden beaches surrounded by the bitter charm of post-industrial decadence.
Cala dell'Argentiera
This former village of silver miners by the sea has been partially restored and is now a small center with a strong touristic vocation. It offers wonderful small and hidden beaches surrounded by the bitter charm of post-industrial decadence.
This tip is my gift for you. My favorite hidden beach. You'll not find crowd, mass tourism, vendors, yelling children or barking dogs here. Just cristalline water, beautiful sunsets and one of the most authentic Northwestern Sardinian landscape. But everything has a price and you have to walk on a very steep path in order to reach the beach. Also dolphins! (sometimes)
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La Frana
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This tip is my gift for you. My favorite hidden beach. You'll not find crowd, mass tourism, vendors, yelling children or barking dogs here. Just cristalline water, beautiful sunsets and one of the most authentic Northwestern Sardinian landscape. But everything has a price and you have to walk on a very steep path in order to reach the beach. Also dolphins! (sometimes)
On the fierce rocks in front of the Isola Foradada you will see one of the most beautiful sunset of your entire life. Guaranteed. If you are brave enough you can even climb the rocks by the "Ferrata del Cabirol".
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Capo Caccia
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On the fierce rocks in front of the Isola Foradada you will see one of the most beautiful sunset of your entire life. Guaranteed. If you are brave enough you can even climb the rocks by the "Ferrata del Cabirol".
Just another gorgeous beach sorrounded by Mediterranean Maquis shrubland and a medieval tower.
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Torre del Porticciolo
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Just another gorgeous beach sorrounded by Mediterranean Maquis shrubland and a medieval tower.
A nice natural park, you can walk among the nature where a lot of free animals live.
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Regional Natural Park of Porto Conte
44 S.P. 55 Loc. Tramariglio
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A nice natural park, you can walk among the nature where a lot of free animals live.
Sightseeing
A beautiful medieval town by the sea. It used also to be a catalan-speaking enclave.
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Alghero
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A beautiful medieval town by the sea. It used also to be a catalan-speaking enclave.
A castle, on a rock by the sea and a village. BEAUTIFUL. Strongly recommended.
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Castelsardo
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A castle, on a rock by the sea and a village. BEAUTIFUL. Strongly recommended.
A little white church on a foreland by the sea, shrine of the legend of the three proto-martyrs. And of course a ridiculously beautiful small beach.
Church of Saint Gavinus 'a Mare'
A little white church on a foreland by the sea, shrine of the legend of the three proto-martyrs. And of course a ridiculously beautiful small beach.
The largest Nuraghe (bronze age fortress) of the North West. Worth a visit if you want to see the ruins of the pre-Roman Nuragic civilization.
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Nuraghe Santu Antine
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The largest Nuraghe (bronze age fortress) of the North West. Worth a visit if you want to see the ruins of the pre-Roman Nuragic civilization.