A small, medieval town in northern Sardinia,
Alghero is famed for its Catalan history, amazing cuisine and pretty beaches.
Ruled by the Spanish for over 300 years, the town is still heavily influenced by its past, with everything from the architecture, to the food and even local dialect drawing heavily on Catalan influences. In the historic centre, Barcelonetta, you will find winding alleyways, cafe-lined piazzas and local craft shops.
Don't leave without trying the divine local dish of Catalan lobster!
A short walk south of the hotel, takes you to the streets and alleys of the charming historic centre, while to the north are the beaches of the Lido and Maria Pia,
stretching all the way to Fertilia.
A ten minute drive will bring you to Cape Caccia and the Speranza beach. In the opposite direction, the coastal road leading to Bosa offers a panoramic trip amidst seascapes and unspoilt nature. Why not hire a car and take a roadtrip?
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