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Where to eat

Cagliari, a city of flavours and traditions

Intense flavours, gentle fragrances, a wonders to one's eyes, wherever you choose to eat, Cagliari is a taste temptation. Here the art of kitchen is a skillful union between tradition and innovation.

A delicious pasta dish made with sea urchins, a fish soup, the suckling piglet served on a bed of fragrant myrtle, or a tasty "fregola" with clams, these are some of the unmissable dishes which make Cagliari unique, aromas of a land accompanied with superb wines such as "Vermentino", "Cannonau", and the bitter herb distillates such as myrtle. It is possible to choose among different "trattorie" in Marina district, cosy restaurants in Castello, the high part which overlooks the city with its ramparts or a restaurant with a view on the sea (Poetto beachCalamosca or Sant'Elia).

The market in Cagliari, tradition and quality

What's more attractive, in order to know a city than being conquered by its colours, flavours and markets? An unusual as well as extremely evocative itinerary that Cagliari invites you to discover to get in touch with its most true heart. Through the markets you can approach to traditions, to the stories of the neighborhood, enjoying the most authentic taste of the old Cagliari.

Civic Markets represent an important economic resource in Cagliari and offer to tourists a pleasant taste of the city. Among these, the largest covered market in Italy is the market of San Benedetto, appreciated, together with that of S.Elia, for the quality and the wide choice of fresh fish.