Things to see and do - Castelsardo
Castelsardo Travel guide
Castelsardo : Michelin's recommendations
Originally called "Genoese Castle" in 1102, then designated "Aragon Castle" by its new owners in 1448, Castelsardo owes its current name to the House of Savoy, which in 1769 gave it back its true signification of a fortress. The lower part of the town and its surroundings could today go under the name of "Castel turistico", given the attention this small-scale, Mediterranean Mont St Michel attracts. Be sure to visit the fortified town before exploring the hills of Anglona, going from Romanesque church to medieval village.
Loc.Bajaloglia I - 07031 Castelsardo
Bajaloglia Resort is set on a hilltop overlooking the medieval village of Castelsardo, Doria Castle, and the sea. Its large garden features a swimming pool and sunbathing area. All rooms at the Bajaloglia are air conditioned and have a private balco..
Lungomare Zirulia (Traversa Via Dettori) I - 07031 Castelsardo
Hotel & Residence La Baia is located in Castelsardo, a 3-minute walk from the closest beach and 1 km from the centre. It features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a garden. The simple, air conditioned rooms and apartments include a private bathr..
Lungomare Anglona, 1 I - 07031 Castelsardo
Prix Prices from : 82 €
Hotel Riviera Ristorante Fofò is in Castelsardo and just 10 metres from the sea. It offers a gourmet restaurant, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, and friendly service. Hotel Riviera's fine restaurant, the panoramic terraces and many rooms enjo..
località Bajaloglia I - 07031 Castelsardo
via lungomare Anglona 1 I - 07031 Castelsardo
This restaurant owes its fame to the excellent fish dishes that are served in an informal family atmosphere. Popular not just with hotel guests, the restaurant also offers an attractive seafront terrace.
località Terra Bianca Est: 2 km I - 07031 Castelsardo
corso Italia 7/c, località Lu Bagnu I - 07031 Castelsardo
Located along the coastal road, this has been a popular place for its fresh, tasty seafood. Reservations are a must for meat dishes, including "porceddu" (roast suckling pig).