Shore Excursion Cagliari & Nora

From EUR €71.00
  • Duration: 10 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: CAGLIARI, Sardinia

Discover this mysterious and charming island, dominated by ancestral and immutable characters and for this real and authentic!
Full day private shore excursion from Cagliari to Nora and back to Cagliari port.

Contact us if interested: we will make up the perfect tour for you. We will take care of everything, so you can make the most of your day in Sardinia!

Our excursions are perfect for individuals, couples,friends, families and groups.


Tour Highlights

  • Cagliari
  • The fertile Campidano plains
  • Nora
  • The Tour is conducted by an experienced informative guide, highly qualified in Art and Archaeology who will ensure that your time spent with us will remain in memory as one of the most intensive and exciting moments of your visit of Sardinia.
  • The chance to go WHERE you want to go, and SEE what YOU want
  • Option to include lunch at gourmet restaurant or trattoria
  • Departure from the pier of your ship.
  • Enjoy a tour in your own language fully customized (we customize the tour to suit your interests)! 

Main info

Length: 9/10 hours
Availability: every day throughout the year
Departs from Cagliari, the pier where your ship is docked and back to Cagliari ship's pier
Pick-up time: Meeting with our English speaking driver at 9.00 am.
If you wish to arrange pick-up at a different time, please contact us at least 72 hours before the day of your tour. Our English speaking driver will have the sign of Argiletum Tour with your name written on it.
Available in English language
Other languages available upon request 


Price includes

  • English speaking guide of Cagliari
  • Private Minivan and driver at your disposal for full day excursion
  • Custom designed itinerary
  • Agency assistance
  • Taxes

Price does not include:

  • Entrance fees to Nora
  • Lunch in Cagliari 

More info

You will meet your guide at the ship's pier for a special visit of Cagliari, the main city of Sardinia.

Founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century. Cagliari is greatly attached to its geographical position and its sea.

Important traces of the Roman Karalis remain, such as the Villa of Tigellio, the romantic Vipera Cave, and in particular the Amphitheatre, which provides a striking stage for today’s summer lyric season. In the 13th century the Pisans built majestic fortifications in the ‘Castello’ district, which still characterise the city's profile. The most important cultural centre of the city has been developed upon the rock where the Cathedral and the Viceregio Palace stand, with the Citadel of museums and the University.

Stop for lunch (not included).

Our guide will suggest where to eat according to your requests, dining at a fine restaurant, where you will have the opportunity to taste the local dishes (fish menu) or a light tasting lunch of typical products as Pecorino cheese, sausage, Carasao and a glass of good typical wine!

After lunch the tour continues with a visit to the ruins of the ancient city of Nora, one of the most important site of the Mediterranean. The scenery is really impressive, as the ruins overlook a wide bay filled with an intense blue sea. Just a few miles from the island of San Macario and the Coltellazzo Tower, built by Philip II of Spain, dominates the promontory.

Besides the ancient Punic district, with the necropolis and the temples of Eshmum and Tanit, most elements of buildings now visible date back to 2nd and 3rd Century. A.D. , the period of Roman domination: the remains of the Andesite paved forum, the splendid mosaics decorating the main buildings, the Roman theatre, various thermal spas, the terrace of the temple of Esculapio, and a Patrician villa with an atrium framed by 4 white columns.

Contact us if you have any specific interest. We will make up the perfect tour for you 

Our guides

All of our tour guides are highly qualified in Art, Archaeology and History.

We take special care in the choice of our guides for any single tour to answer your questions exhaustively.