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Sardinia is a magical part of Italy and enjoys its own unique cuisine, a long history, and some superb beaches. Enjoy all of these attractions by staying in Alghero, one of the island's most elegant and historic coastal cities. Hotels.com has gathered information about all of the finest Alghero hotels - from the most luxurious to more modest out of the way places with a romantic charm. On our listings you can see photographs of each hotel as well as information about the facilities on offer. You can also read reviews left by your fellow travelers - as well as accurate ratings - and see location maps to make sure that you are right next to the beach. Enjoy the sunshine of Sardinia and explore an enchanting coastal town by visiting Alghero hotels with Hotels.com, and make sure you book early to secure great discounts during your stay.

What's Alghero Like?

Located on the northwest coast of Sardinia, Alghero is an ancient port that has been fought over for thousands of years. It's also a captivating modern resort city, which blends great beaches with fascinating historical attractions. Learn about the most ancient inhabitants of Sardinia by visiting the remains left by the Nuraghic people, see the Phoenician and Roman settlements, or tour Alghero's many beautiful medieval buildings. There is the gorgeous Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Church of St Francis, both of which show their unusual Catalan influences, as well as magnificent secular palaces built for the island's Catalan rulers. The coast is a great place for divers and caving enthusiasts - particularly the beautiful Neptune's Grotto - while there are miles of beaches around the city of Alghero. The Sardinian climate guarantees warmth and sunshine almost whenever you choose to visit.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Alghero

Vacationers in Alghero can be sure of enjoying a warm welcome. Italian speakers will be at an advantage, to be sure, but the town also includes Catalan as an official language. The locals in Alghero share the Sardinian passion for food - so dive right into the port city's restaurants and explore dishes like roasted piglet, spaghetti with fish eggs, or the island's traditional semolina pasta. Wash it down with a glass or two of Torbato wine for a truly local feast. The local people will also point you towards lesser known beaches in the area such as Porto Ferro. A great way to reach them is by renting bikes and exploring the coast. However you get around, Alghero has much to offer anyone who visits, so check out the selection of Alghero hotels available on Hotels.com.