You can find them in different areas of the city.
Located in the Northern part of the city, the hill offers breaktaking views over the surrounding landscape. The homonymous castle can be reached via a path surrounded by trees, grass and plants typical of the Mediterranean shrubland.
Located in the Southern part of the city, in one of the most charming green spaces in the city centre, the park rises 98 metres above sea level. It is home to numerous species of plants and shrubs and its panoramic viewpoint offers breathtaking views over the city.
Located opposite T Hotel, the Music Plaza is the pride and joy of the San Benedetto quarter. It is home to various plazas and green spaces, in addition to an artificial waterbodies and a musical fountain. The Music Plaza also hosts a variety of musical and cultural events.
These are the oldest gardens in the city, a peaceful and relaxing oasis, the ideal place to read a book, study or simply relax in the Villanova quarter. They are characterized by a long tree-lined boulevard leading to the Municipal Art Gallery.
This is one of Cagliari’s public parks, located right in the city centre and stretching over several hectares. It is home to recreational facilities, a pond and a number of bird species such as geese and ducks, as well as numerous turtles.
Located on the edge of the homonymous canal, Terramaini Park is the result of a landscape transformation. It features large lawns, flowerbeds, a pond and walking trails among tropical trees. a pond and a number of bird species such as geese and ducks, as well as numerous turtles.
A fascinating nature reserve where several vegetable and animal species can be observed, including the stunning pink flamingos. The area can be explored both on foot or by bike – the latter can be rented at the park or from the bike sharing stations around the city.
The garden sits on an archaeological site comprised between the Roman Amphitheatre, the Capuchin Garden and the so-called Tigellio Villa. It is home to various plant and shrub species divided into thematic areas.