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Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

Via la Palma, 09126 Cagliari CA, Italy

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About Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The Molentargius-Saline regional natural park is a protected natural area of Sardinia established with regional law n. 5 of February 26, 1999.  It is one of the most important wetlands in Europe. The Molentargius pond is recognized in the official lists of wetlands to be protected: it is classified as a Site of Community Importance.



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Parco di Monte Urpinu1.59km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

Monte Urpinu is an urban park of Cagliari, which is located in the homonymous district.  For centuries dominated by wild nature, inhabited by animals such as foxes, hence the name Urpinu, which in Sardinian means Volpino, in the nineteenth century the owners, the Sanjust di Teulada, planted numerous Aleppo pines.  Today the park extends for 350,000 m² with suggestive views over Cagliari and Campidano, the Molentargius pond, and the Poetto beach. Viale Europa runs along the ridge in all its lengt

Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria1.87km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria also known as Our Lady of Fair Winds is a Marian title associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary as Star of the Sea and patron of sailboats. In addition, it is first associated with a Roman Catholic shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary located in Cagliari, Sardinia. The Shrine is part of a complex of buildings which include the Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bonaria and the monastery which houses the friars of the Order of the Blessed

Sella del diavolo2.48km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The Sella del Diavolo is the promontory that rises in the southern area of Cagliari and separates the Poetto beach from that of Calamosca.  There is a naturalistic and archaeological path that runs along the entire promontory, created thanks to the initiative of the environmental non-profit Group of Legal Intervention and Friends of the Earth.

Poetto2.65km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The Poetto is the main beach of Cagliari that stretches for about twelve kilometers, from Sella del Diavolo to the beginning of the coast of Quartu Sant'Elena which is called the Quartu beach. The beach in its extension, which goes from Marina Piccola to Margine Rosso, extends for about seven and a half kilometers between the territory of Cagliari and Quartu Sant'Elena. Poetto is an important tourist resort and one of the main places of summer nightlife in the city and in the vast area.

Bastione Saint Remy2.86km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The bastion of Saint Remy is one of the most important fortifications in Cagliari, located in the Castello district. The name derives from the first Piedmontese viceroy, Filippo-Guglielmo Pallavicini, baron of Saint Remy. At the end of the 19th century, it was monumentally transformed into a staircase, surmounted by the triumphal arch, which gives access to a covered walkway and a large panoramic terrace.

Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta e Santa Cecilia2.98km from Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

The cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and Santa Cecilia is the main place of worship in Cagliari, the mother church of the homonymous metropolitan archdiocese and the parish church of the historic Castello district.  The church looks like a combination of different artistic styles and holds seven centuries of historical memories of the city of Cagliari. Built-in the thirteenth century, in Pisan Romanesque style, it was elevated to the rank of cathedral in 1258.

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Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy.  The island attracts more than a million tourists from both Italy, from the rest of Europe, and, to a lesser degree, from the rest of the world. According to statistics, tourist arrivals in 2016 were 2.9 million people.