Porto Torres, Sardinia (Photo: Gabriele Maltinti/Shutterstock)
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Cruise Critic Editor Rating

By Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Porto Torres

In the days of the Roman Empire, Porto Torres was an important port in Northern Sardinia, though these days it's best known as the location of a petrochemical plant. However, history buffs might like to check out the Basilica di San Gavino and other relics of Rome's heyday. The surrounding beaches and nature reserve are also worth a visit.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

About Porto Torres


Pro

Porto Torres is home to the Basilica di San Gavino, a notable religious landmark

Con

Porto Torres is a working industrial port and as such is not quite as scenic as some other ports

Bottom Line

In Porto Torres, visitors can get a bit of insight into authentic Italian coastal life


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