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From Su Siccu seafront to Molentargius Park Back to list
A panoramic cycle and pedestrian path joins the Port of Cagliari with the main entrance of Molentargius - Saline Regional Park, passing through the first open air art gallery in town.
From Su Siccu seafront to Molentargius Park

Cagliari offers the opportunity for lovers of walking and cycling to explore its beautiful promenade through a long cycle and pedestrian path. The Marina of Bonaria and the Marina of Sant'Elmo give wonderful sunsets, offer the spectacle of the boats lulled by the waves and during the journey you can admire the monumental Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria. The itinerary continues until you reach the Gallery of Salt (Galleria del Sale), famous for its street art and the evocative urban landscape, and it culminates with a visit to the Molentargius Natural Park, the former salt pans, today a naturalistic attraction that hosts many species of birds including pink flamingos.

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  • A

    Marina di Bonaria (Su Siccu)

    Viale Colombo, 135
    Cagliari

    Situated within the Port of Cagliari, between the "Nuovo Bacino di Levante" and the "Darsena del Sale", it can accomodate about 300 boats. Some of the wharves within the dock are reserved for members of the "Lega Navale Italiana".

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  • B

    Marina di Sant'Elmo

    Calata dei Mercedari
    Loc. Su Siccu
    Cagliari

    Situated within the Port of Cagliari, between the "Darsena del Sale" and the "Nuovo Molo di Levante", it consists of four floating docks and a quay, for a total of up to one kilometer of berthing.

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  • C

    Gallery of Salt

    via Emanuele Pessagno
    Cagliari

    Between street art and urban landscape

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  • D

    Park of Molentargius

    Via La Palma
    Cagliari

    The Regional Park of Molentargius - Saline is situated between Cagliari and Quartu S. Elena and includes two freshwater ponds (Bellarosa Minore and Perdalonga) and a saltwater pond (Bellarosa Maggiore o Molentargius).

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