On the island of Sardinia, the town of San Sperate is located just 20 kilometers from Cagliari. Its proximity to Cagliari means that there are a number of budget hotels in and around San Sperate. To help you choose the best one for you, check here at EasyToBook.com. The main parochial church in San Sperate was first constructed in the 12th century. The tomb of the saint was redone in 1616, as were other architectural elements. The central nave has an unusual double arch ceiling construction that draws the attention up and down towards the front of the church and the beautiful Major Altar (Altare Maggiore).
There are two villas worth visiting on your trip to San Sperate. The first is La villa del Barone Tola, and eight story villa in the Neoclassical style. It was designed by Gaetano Cima, one of the most noted Sardinian architects. The Casa Brisu, also called “Sa Lolla,” is also representative of local architecture. The entrance is particularly lovely, with its intricate and detailed design work.