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Created for people who desire to take a walk in the tiny streets of this ancient district, once inhabitated by fishermen and traders, to enjoy its historical and religious patrimony, for shopping, or to grant a restorative break in one of the many restaurants, among typical smells and tastes.
Visit to Marina district


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  • A

    Church of San Francesco da Paola

    Via Roma

    Formerly called "San Francesco al Molo", it was erected by the Order of the Minim Friars in the 17th century. The interior consists of one nave with three side chapels; the high altar preserves an 18th century wood carving of San Francesco da Paola.

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  • B

    Church of Sant'Eulalia

    Piazza Sant'Eulalia

    It was built in fourteenth century by Catalans, in the area were existed the Pisan tower named Lapola (ancient name of the Marina district) and the medieval Church of S. Maria del Porto.

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  • C

    Archaeological Area of St. Eulalia

    Vico del Collegio, 2
    Ingresso dal cortile del cinteatro di Sant'Eulalia

    In the historic district of Marina, there can be found the widest urban archaelogical way of all Sardinia.

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  • D

    Museum of the Treasure of Sant'Eulalia

    Vico del Collegio, 2
    adiacenze Chiesa di Santa Eulalia

    The museum complex features art and documents (16th - 19th century) from the churches of St. Eulalia, St. Sepolcro, St. Lucia. The underground archaeological area displays a street, a pit and a cistern, dating back to the Roman age.

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  • E

    Church of Sant'Agostino

    Via Baylle, 80

    The Church of Sant'Agostino was built around 1577 in Renaissance style, in Marina district; the main entrance is located in via Baylle but there is a secondary entrance that leads to Largo Carlo Felice.

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  • F

    Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    Piazza San Sepolcro

    This Monumental Church rich in interesting art works was founded, according to some sources, by the Templars in the 13th century. Below the church is an impressive Crypt.

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  • G

    Church of Sant'Antonio Abate

    Via Manno

    It is one of the monumental churches of Cagliari and it is located in Via Manno, in Marina district. The current building dates back to the eighteenth century and it is situated above a former structure.

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  • H

    Church of Santa Rosalia

    Via Torino

    The church is located in a high area of Marina district, near piazza Costituzione. Dates from fifteenth century and was built as a vote to Santa Rosalia for the frequent plagues. The church contains the relics of San Salvador da Horta, for this reaso

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