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Lovely hill town

Made a reservation at a local restaurant but ended up eating at the local festa di paese. Friendly... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
lorikaplan
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Milan, Italy
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Best to visit Basilica on foot

Cuglieri looks spectacular as you approach it by road. A hillside town with a huge silver-domed... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2015
BroLucius
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Winchester, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Made a reservation at a local restaurant but ended up eating at the local festa di paese. Friendly people. Charming little town. Fun to try the typical foods. Beautiful view from the Basilica up on the hill.

Thank lorikaplan
Reviewed 24 September 2017

I have been coming to this town for about a year now and liked it so much I have bought a house here. The locals are very friendly and there is little to virtually no crime. You will feel safe here. There are some quite...More

4  Thank Michael R
Reviewed 14 August 2016

Authentic hillside town with narrow cobbled streets and a great views and very friendly locals. It is located in a less touristic part of the island and many locals don't speak English. A good base from which to explore the island by car.

Thank Sylvie d
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Cuglieri, which impresses from all the available approach roads, is an authentic Sardinian town (population about 2500) with sufficient facilities (restaurants, bars, shops,churches, historic buildings and stunning views) to justify the time of any traveller. However, the most attractive feature is the welcoming, open and...More

1  Thank PhilChadwick
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Cuglieri looks spectacular as you approach it by road. A hillside town with a huge silver-domed basilica right at the top. Seeing that it would be a considerable walk to reach the Basilica from the main road through the town, we made the mistake of...More

1  Thank BroLucius
Reviewed 13 September 2015

lovely hillside towns with small narrow cobbled streets, people are lovely and the views from the basilica amazing Only downside are the bars which were not open during the day at all and some of them not even in the evening and this was high...More

Thank salv
Reviewed 22 August 2015

Climb up to the church for fantastic views which are really worth the walk! The inside of the church is worth a peep too - quite spectacular.

1  Thank Rachel S
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Beautiful views, wonderful and HONEST people. They returned an item (credit cards) I left in the room. It was a great stay; quiet, relaxing. I would love to return.

1  Thank David J
Reviewed 13 August 2014

Cuglieri is a little town on the road between Oristano and Bosa. There is not much to see but for the basilica. Worth a visit only if you are already in the area.

1  Thank Andre M
Reviewed 12 June 2014

a wonderful walk through history. Do not Miss It, recommend it to everybodyo also suitable for families with young children

1  Thank Lori V
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Emilia V
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Hi, there are two local supermarkets i have found so far. EnteringCuglieri from the road leading from Bosa towards Oristano as you leave the road at the roundabout up the hill on the right there is CRAI and if you follow... More
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