THINGS TO DO IN ALGHERO.
- Eat a gelato.
- Eat pizza.
- There is nothing wrong with that order if you ask the kids.
- Play Race.
- Pick up random rocks and treat them like treasure.
- Explore the beautiful old town.
- Have a cup of nice Italian latte.
- Take a train ride through medieval old town.
- Enjoy a city walls walk.
- Stop by at one of the sea front restaurants for lunch.
- Say Buongiorno to locals to make them smile at your accent but praise the effort.
Alghero is an anciet city on the northwest coast of Sardinia, Italy. Encircled by ancient walls, it’s known for its cobblestoned old center. Its Catalan Gothic buildings include the Cattedrale di Santa Maria, with an imposing bell tower, Palazzo Guillot and Chiesa di San Francesco, a 14th-century church. The nearby Chiesa San Michele has a colorful tiled dome. The Museo del Corallo di Alghero contains red coral displays. (wiki)
OUT TRIP TO ALGHERO.
We were staying in San Teodoro on our May holiday. But the 2 hour driveto Alghero was absolutely worth it.
Colorful dome of St. Michael’s Church.
‘Kick back, relax and have a latte’ kind of a plaza.
City Walls Walk (or run in their case) on a day like this? Yes please!
TRENINO CATALANO. 5 Euro Train tour of the old town is worth the ride especially with small children, or those of us who wished they were one.
Proof that we feed our kids. Because Italian Gelato is the best!
When your see playgrounds everywhere. #kidsvision
This guy can’t tell if he should be worried or amused by them…decisions decisions.
Red Coral – A Precious Gift from the Sea. Alghero is a capital of the red coral since 1600’s. (what’s the orange band hand doing in a red coral bracelets shoot?)
When in doubt – look up!
TURN THIS STREET INTO PLAYGROUND TIME.