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Locations of Alghero

The city of Alghero is located in Italy, in the province of Sassari in the Sardinia region. It can be found on the northwestern part of the island. It shares its borders with Olmedo, Putifigari, Sassari, Uri and Villanova Monteleone.

History of Alghero

The city was established in 1102 by a family from Genova called Doria. In 1353, the Aragons defeated the Genoan fleet at the Capo Caccia. After a long siege, the inhabitants of Alghero were relocated on the Balearic Islands, and the city was repopulated by the inhabitants of Northeastern Spain. This is where the Catalan dialect and Spanish influence comes from.

Weather in Alghero

Sardinia, the wonderful island where Alghero can be found, has typical Mediterranean weather. Summers are long and hot, while the winter is wet. In July and August, the average temperature is 24-25°C. The major winds here are the Mistral and the Sirocco. Several wind turbines have been built, benefiting from the windy climate. If you are mainly interested in swimming, the weather is ideal between the end of May and the beginning of September. If you prefer more active recreation and hiking, it is also worth visiting the place in the spring and autumn periods.

Main sights in Alghero

The Grotta di Nettuno – Neptun’s Cave – is one of the most beautiful dripstone caves on the Adriatic Sea. According to the experts, you can only see 500 meters of the 4 kilometre-long section. The salty pond of Neptun’s Cave and the route leading to it are both very nice. You can access the spot on the Escala del Cabriol, which means 656 stairs.

Are you a fan of scuba diving? We especially recommend you to visit the Grotto Pizzi e Ricami then. It is special due to the fact that the colour of the crystal clear water becomes turquoise because of the light. You can explore the breathtaking place wearing a diving suit, under the supervision of a guide.

Gastronomy of Alghero

There are great restaurants in the city. You can choose from the fish and meat dishes, which are very popular; they are usually served roasted. Local cuisine is characterised by Mediterranean spices and wines. If you visit Alghero, try the Catalan style lobster, the agliata sauce or the spaghetti with sea urchins. As for beverages, you should taste the Torbato di Alghero DOC white wine. It is perfect for seafood. Are you craving for dessert? Gelato – Italian ice cream – is especially delicious and sweet in Sardinia.

Beaches in Alghero

There are sandy shores and crystal clear, blue sea in the city. Explore the best beaches!

Spiaggia del Lido di San Giovanni

You can access the city beach of Alghero easily on foot. It has a 1.5-kilometre-long sandy beach. Locals and tourists both love it. It is especially popular among families with small children. You can visit the Marina di Sant’Elmo port and the small island called Isolda Della Maddalena from the beach. There are great bars and restaurants along the boardwalk.

Spiaggia di Maria Pia

You can find the beach only a few kilometres from the city centre. It has a 1200-metre-long white sandy beach. Due to its slowly deepening water, families with small children often visit the place. We can rent sunshades and lounges, and choose from refreshing drinks and ice creams at the snack bars. The pines behind the beach are perfect for a picnic.

Rent a boat Alghero

The port of Alghero is 150 metres long. There are 400 moorings for boats, the size of which cannot exceed 50 metres. There are ferries leaving for Genoa, Barcelona and Civitavecchia. The port is open all year.

The Porto Cervo Marina is one of the best-equipped ports on the Adriatic Sea; it can be found at Costa Smeralda. It is protected perfectly, and it is famous for its great services. They have 700 moorings for boats with a size of 6–100 metres. They provide water and electricity at every port.

If you would like to go sailing around the island of Sardinia, you should explore the other wonderful sights nearby, leaving from Alghero. Capo Caccia, Stintino, Asinara Island and Castelsardo are all perfect destinations. Find yacht routes in Sardinia or choose another Sardinia yacht charter.

Weather in Alghero

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Alghero. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in Alghero
Wind speed in Alghero

The wind rose for Alghero shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Alghero shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

Rent a boat in Alghero, and cruise around Alghero

Day 1. Alghero – Porto Conte 14.49 km (9.00 mi), Day 2. Porto Conte – Argentiara 30.96 km (19.24 mi), Day 3. Argentiara – Stintino 37.04 km (23.02 mi), Day 4. Stintino – Porto Torres 20.50 km (12.74 mi), Day 5. Porto Torres – Castelsardo 29.31 km (18.21 mi), Day 6. Castelsardo – Asinara island (Cala d’Oliva) 36,49 km (22,67 mi), Day 7. Asinara island (Cala d’Oliva) – Natural Park of Porto Conte – Alghero 94,97 km (59,01 mi). Sailing Itinerary Alghero

Read more about Alghero sailing

Day 1. Alghero – Bosa 35.63 km (22.14 mi), Day 2. Bosa – Santa Caterina di Pittinuri 21,65 km (13,45 mi), Day 3. Santa Caterina di Pittinuri – San Giovanni di Sinis 31,35 km (19,48 mi), Day 4. San Giovanni di Sinis – Oristano (Marina di Torre Grande) 11,57 km (7,19 mi), Day 5. Oristano (Marina di Torre Grande) – Buggerru 58,42 km (36,30 mi), Day 6. Buggerru – Portoscuso 26,67 km (16,57 mi), Day 7. Portoscuso – Mandriola – Alghero 154,02 km (95,71 mi)Sailing plan Alghero

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