Thanks to its colonisation by the Catalans in the 14th century there’s a real Spanish feel to this old walled town - you might even hear the unique Catalan dialect spoken. Alghero’s dual role as a tourist destination and fishing port almost guarantees you the best seafood on the island.
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Renamed ‘the happy town’ by its Greek conquerors, Olbia can still make you smile - especially if you like good food, charming architecture, impressive views and rubbing shoulders with the jet set.
Come and have some fun in the summertime playground of the rich and famous. Rifle through the designer labels in the local boutiques and pick out your new yacht as you sip a cool drink in one of the chic waterside bars.
This pretty old town is the perfect setting for a late afternoon or evening stroll. Perched above the town is the Castello de Fava castle, which dates back to medieval times.