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Sardinia Cruise Port
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Sardinia Overview
With its rugged landscape of limestone and granite ranges and oak forests inhabited by pink flamingos, ponies and wild sheep, Sardinia has a fair share of wilderness that's still untamed — despite ...
Greatergroves
08/15
Probably the least inspiring place on our cruise but a pleasant walk! Read more
karen armstrong
08/15
You have to get the bus to the beach .10 euros each. Takes about half an hour. Lovely beach Read more
Lucky Charm 858
08/15
Sardinia was not very impressive. Big city and the "premier beach" was crowded (on a Monday!). Read more
Apple37
08/15
Shuttle bus to Poetto beach where you are dropped at private beach with loungers and umbrellas for hire. ... Read more
Vivsworld
08/15
Expensive, and needs some investment in the old buildings, nice to just have a walk around but nothing ... Read more
MobyandDick
07/15
Walkked around the town, not much of shopping as there are only famous big brands in the shops, no real local ... Read more
wristband
07/15
Port is not pleasant, industrial and dirty. Getting to the old city is challenging. Read more
Toshie32
06/15
Typical Italian town, tatty and unkept in places. You would expect the place to be Spick and span to attract ... Read more
caseum
06/15
From Cagliari cruise terminal to Cagliari Cathedral by walking + taking the lift Orignally, we planned to ... Read more
SailorRich
06/15
Really enjoyed having a stroll around , very relaxing and interesting. Glad I didnt take a tour because I ... Read more
WH59
04/15
Called at Cagliari insted of Tunis and were glad we did. It was pretty and a joy to explore. Make the ... Read more
acorn32
04/15
Took little train to old town and walked back to the ship. Read more
glogodschild
04/15
Not much to see on this stop. We walked around after taking a bus that was there. It was a cool wet day. ... Read more
rogerintegrated@aol.com
09/14
Olbia in Sardinia is not a place suited to cruise ship passengers, there is nothing to do or see except go ... Read more
Bobaloo66
10/13
Olbio replaced Tunis as a stop. We did another self-guided walking tour of the central city and had a ... Read more
coyboy1971
09/13
Docked fairly far out at the ferry terminal. A free shuttle to town was provided. Read more
torquayiain
09/13
while Algherro was lovely, I have rated low because the tender exoperience was abysmal !!! Read more
Cruisedog123
08/13
Went to Poetta beach which is a city beach and then walked around the city. Poetta beach is just ok. We paid ... Read more
steve in avon
07/13
Very little in the downtown but free shuttle was nice. Free internet in library (biblio......) but you need ... Read more
shopaholic1
03/13
The free shuttle bus that took us into town ran frequently. The town is very pretty, and spotlessly clean. We ... Read more
curiousmarie
10/12
Alghero - it is a tender port and getting off of the ship took ages. There is not a lot there but it was good ... Read more
optiman32
10/12
Not much to do in this port if you're not a sun worshiper Read more
Honeymoon sailors
10/12
Not much in historical sites remaining. We were originally scheduled to go to Tunisia but due to the unrest ... Read more
CruisingSoCalSusan
09/12
Sardinia (Olbia) is known for its beaches. It was raining when we were in port, so we didn't hit the beach. ... Read more
ecallaghan
08/12
Alghero (sardinia) has nice beaches within walking distance and the old town near the tender dock is great ... Read more

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