Sardinia has a plethora of historic coastal towns and one of the most famous is Alghero – this charming town is located 30 minutes to the west of Sassari and offers a fantastic location for a day trip. Nestled on the coast of this town is the historic old centre that has an array of […]

Asinara is the third largest island in Sardinia and is located on the northern coast. Covering an area of 746km, this island has historically served as a prison camp, but is now a protected area and a national park. The rugged and rocky landscape of Asinara is perfect to explore and the island features a […]

Explore this university city’s stately palazzi and charming piazzas before delving into its medieval history in one of the many heritage churches and museums. Sassari is an Italian city and the second-largest of Sardinia. One of the oldest cities on the island, it contains a considerable collection of art. Sassari is a city rich in […]

The University of Sassari is a university located in Sassari, Italy. It was founded in 1562 and is organized in 13 departments. The University of Sassari earned first place in the rankings for the best “medium- sized” Italian university, in 2009–2010, by the Censis Research Institute  while in 2012 tumbled down to the 6th position among the best Italian […]