Cagliari, “White Jerusalem of the Mediterranean sea”, city made of limestone, founded by the Phoenicians in the VIII th century b.C.
Cagliari, sea city, seamen city, facetiously called “culu infustu” (damp ass)
Cagliari, Spanish city, with its baroque churches and religious processions, full of colours and sounds.
Cagliari, or “Casteddu”, so called for its ramparts and towers, that still surround the district of Castello.
“The “nuraghi” of Sardinia, among which “SU NURAXI” is the most important, represent a great response to the cultural and social situation of that time, through the creative and innovative use of the materials and techniques, available to a prehistoric island community.”
(This test is written on the memorial plaque placed by the representative of Unesco, Akatsuki Takahashi, that celebrated Su Nuraxi as a world heritage site)
San Sperate is a pleasant town , plunged in the countryside at 20 km from Cagliari. It is one of the most important site in Sardinia for the production of citrus fruits, apricots, wheat, grains, vegetables and, above all, peaches, for which in the last 20 years it has become the biggest producer of Sardinia.
Since 1968 it is a “museum town”, an open museum that through the years has aroused the interest of local, national and international artists, that are the authors of the works of arts currently displayed.