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Fine old place indeed - columns that may once have been used in a Roman temple and a sense of worship having happened here since early days, perhaps as long ago as the battle of Hastings. The 3 euros fee for entrance is entirely reasonable...More
Maybe one of the nicest buildings on the island to visit. San Gavino church is beautiful and remarks the Tuscan (Pisan) history of Sardinia. It is a Roman basilica from the 11th century and a real landmark in town. The crypt has also a surprise...More
At first review, Porto Torres appeared to offer little for a cruise ship visitor. Sardinia’s main town and capital is Cagliari, over 200 kilometres and two and half hours away, at the other end of the island and the train service too irregular to be...More