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Alghero is located in the Sardinia Region of Italy. As one of the main towns in the area, Alghero is included in the Sassari Province. The island town of Alghero is one of the best locations for summer vacations, due to the fact that it is placed in Sardinia and is surrounded by numerous wonderful beaches. The population in Alghero reaches approximately 43,830 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Alghero

The Nuraghe Site is a common occurrence on the island and can be found around Alghero as well. It is a megalithic edifice from the Nuragic Age, 1900-730 BC. Due to the fact that it can be seen on many sides of the island, it has become one of the main symbols of Sardinia. The one located near the town can be admired for its distinctive features and for its cultural and historical significance.

The Alghero Cathedral di Santa Maria Immacolata is one of the main landmarks of the community. The development of the religious monument spanned over a long period of time, as the construction started in 1570 and ended in 1730, although it was opened in 1593. The Catalan-Gothic style of the cathedral is the one that makes it stand out the most.

Neptune's Grotto is located near Alghero. It is a remarkable example of the beauty of nature, through the fact that it includes a wide variety of stalactite shapes. Discovered in the 18th century, the cave is named after the Roman god of the sea. A tour of the cave will enlighten your perspective on underground formations and on the amazing images that these can create through a simple, yet long lasting process.

Palazzo Carcassona is located in Alghero. In the 15th century, the family which gave the name of the Palazzo decide to create a residence in the region. Catalan and Spanish influences can be seen throughout the decorations of the building. The importance of the Palazzo lies in the fact that it is the single remain of the Jewish quarter of the old city, which was filled with luxurious buildings.