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Sassari is a scenic province in the northwest of Sardinia, which is home to many charming villages as well as some of the island's best beaches. Local cuisine relies heavily on seafood, and during your explorations it's recommended to try specialties such as fried calamari or cuttlefish in a tomato sauce.
The capital of Sassari is the town of the same name, which features attractions such as its ancient, thirteenth century walls and the Cathedral of St. Nicholas of Bari, which combines elements of Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque architecture. The small village of Asinara is a resort with beautiful, golden beaches, and the town of Alghero features a medieval square and several old, ruined towers.
The archeological site of Monte d'Accoddi, outside of Sassari, contains a megalithic step pyramid, and makes for an interesting day trip. Those that enjoy more robust outdoor activity can go hiking or horseback riding in Asinara National Park, and there are plenty of beaches nearby for those who would rather lounge about. Sassari also offers excellent boating, snorkelling and fishing, and anyone who loves the sea will feel right at home in this sunkissed province.
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