As many of you know by now, Italy is an increasingly popular destination for wedding planning from the south to the far north.
But today I would like to focus on a wonderful and still little known place: Cagliari.
When we talk about Sardinia, the Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo come immediately to mind, especially for the fame that was built at the time of the Aga Khan.
But there are many areas in Sardinia that are little known but rich in their own beauty, with a vast cultural and environmental heritage and that does not need the hand of man to be improved … Cagliari is one of these areas.
Being born and raised in this city I could talk about it for hours and hours but, I will focus exclusively on the description of some areas to keep in mind to organize your unforgettable wedding.
Let’s start from the Castle of San Michele, a fortified building that stands on the homonymous hill of Cagliari, surrounded by a wonderful green park.
Dating back to the early medieval period, the complex has three towers and a moat that surrounds the structure, currently the castle is used as a center of art and culture and hosts countless weddings, where watching the sunset from up there is a unique emotion.
Another pearl of Cagliari is certainly the Lazzaretto di S. Elia or the Lazzaretto di Cagliari, another historic building dating back to the seventeenth century in charge of the quarantine of men from countries where important contagious diseases were widespread.
The building consists of a central cloister with a square plan, set in a luxuriant garden with a wonderful sea view.
And finally could not miss the promenade Poetto, the main beach of Cagliari that extends for about seven kilometers, from Marina Piccola to Margine Rosso.
The place is undoubtedly romantic and during the ceremony you will be pampered by the gentle sound of the waves, by an incomparable view of the Sella del Diavolo and accompanied by the flight of pink flamingos.