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Ancient judicial capital, rich in history and appeal

On Sardinia’s eastern coast, Oristano rises up between the Santa Giusta basin to the south and the the Cabras basin to the north, facing the Gulf of Oristano.
A city with a noble past, its history in fact begins in 1070 when it becomes the administrative centre of the Giudicato di Arborea governed by judge Eleanora D’Arborea, who promoted one of the first examples of a Constitution, the Carta de Logu. From the Mariano Tower to the Archbishop’s Palace, from the Duomo dell’Assunta cathedral to the Antiquarium Arborense, Oristano preserves its historic centre where you can breathe in the medieval atmosphere as it is relived each year in the spectacular Sartiglia carnival.

Oristano offers a striking variety of landscapes: from its incredible beaches to the Montiferru uplands, to the sandy desert of the Sinis peninsula to the Campidano plains; the huge basins and wide valleys of the Tirso and Temo rivers also make the area rich in appeal.