This vibrant town on Sardinia’s beautiful south coast is a fascinating place with stunning ancient buildings, ancient Roman and medieval ruins, a bustling port, a beautiful beach and an infectious lively atmosphere.
Cagliari will greet you with its colours and the light of a sun that shines for most of the year. This beautiful town always offers its best profile, whether you arrive by sea or on board of a plane, enjoying the sky view of its incomparable panoramas. The port of Cagliari itself reminded the famous writer D.H Lawrence of a dreamlike Jerusalem of glittering domes.
The town opens like a large window between the sea and the rural inland. Earth and water alternate prodigiously; they create wonderful perspectives and also amazingly coloured landscapes.
Civil ceremonies are performed in the majestic Palazzo Civico, a white stone building from the 19th century which dominates the city and the port with its massive bulk and the two characteristic towers. Ceremonies are held any day of the week in the Wedding Hall, a wonderful example of décor and furnishing with marvellous fornitures and a giant painting rappresenting a typical Sardinian wedding.
Catholic ceremonies take place in several historical churches and are conducted in Italian with a translator.
Protestant ceremonies take place in a modern Protestant Church located in the town centre or in other places and can be conducted in English and Italian.
Symbolic ceremonies are performed by a Humanist Celebrant almost everywhere.
8 February 2016