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Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Viale S. Ignazio da Laconi, 9-11 - Dipartimento Scienze Botaniche Univ.di Cagliari 09100 Cagliari
The botanical garden, directed by the University of Cagliari and streched for 5 hectares. Currently the garden contains some 2000 species, predominantly of Mediterranean origin but with a good collection of succulents and tropical plants as well.
Devil's Saddle

Devil's Saddle

Accesso dalla località Cala Mosca - Viale Calamosca 09100 Cagliari
The Devilís Saddle is one of the most significant features of Cagliari. Thanks to its particular geo-morphological shape it is a symbol of the city skyline, especially of the Poetto beach.
Garden of the Capuchins

Garden of the Capuchins

Vico I Merello 09100 Cagliari
The Garden of the Capuchins was founded in 1595, on a hill on the western side of the Roman Amphitheatre. The monastery had a vast land used as a garden for the cultivation of medicinal plants, in which there were also some ancient Roman cisterns.
Park of Molentargius

Park of Molentargius

Via La Palma - Accesso da Quartu S. Elena Via don Giordi 09100 Cagliari
The Regional Park of Molentargius - Saline is situated between Cagliari and Quartu S. Elena and includes two sweet water basins (Bellarosa Minore and Perdalonga) and one salted water basin (Bellarosa Maggiore o Molentargius).
Santa Gilla lagoon

Santa Gilla lagoon

Strada Statale 195 - Direzione Pula 09100 Cagliari
Santa Gilla Lagoon is situated on the southwestern coast of the island, in the territories of Cagliari, Elmas, Assemini, Capoterra. This natural site of extraordinary value, covers an area of 15.000 hectares, as far as the estuary of Fluminimannu.
Urpinu hill

Urpinu hill

Via Pietro Leo - Viale Europa - Via Vidal 09100 Cagliari
Monte Urpinu, in addition to being one of the most famous hills of Cagliari is also a park in the city centre, easily reachable by bus or on foot . Inside there is a green area ideal for long walks and for sports.