B&B Il Fiordaliso

Via Fratelli Rosselli 19
07041, Alghero
Tel.: +39 393 26 23 136

Bed And Breakfast

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How to reach us

You can reach our B & B from the airport Fertilia via taxi, bus, or through the AL.FA city bus that goes from the airport to the center of Alghero, close to the gardens G. Manno. From there go up to the bar for the tickets and the bus stop

By plane:

If you arrive by ship and you don't have a car, the port of Porto Torres is the terminus of the connections of ARST. The bus stop is located in the commercial port (near the Punto Verde Bar). The Trains stop a short distance from the port. There is no direct connection to Porto Torres - Alghero, but Porto Torres - Sassari Central with Trenitalia ( / Call Center 892021).
From Sassari, you can reach Alghero by train (Ferrovie della Sardegna Line) or bus.

by ship:

By car: from Porto Torres take the Provincial Road 42 and follow the signs for Alghero. Instead, from the Airport turn right out of the airport until the T-junction and turn right again, follow the road to the end and you will find an indication for Fertilia, follow it, and when you arrive at a roundabout take the second exit to Alghero. Follow the coast line. We suggest you follow the directions on Google Maps, click on the map below putting Porto Torres or Aereoporto Alghero Fertilia like starting point, since our B&B is already marked with the letter B

In some exceptional cases there may be the possibility that the owner or someone else will be able to pick you up at the airport.

More info about Alghero:

Alghero (Italian pronunciation: [alˈɡɛro]; is a town of about 44,000 inhabitants in Italy. It lies in the province of Sassari in northwestern Sardinia, next to the Mediterranean Sea.

The area of today's Alghero has been settled since pre-historic times. The so-called Ozieri culture was present here in the 4th millennium BCE while the Nuraghe civilization was present in the area around 1500 BCE.

Due to its strategic position in the Mediterranean Sea, Alghero was built around a fortified port, founded around 1102 by the Genoese Doria family. The Doria ruled it for centuries, apart from a brief period under the rule of Pisa (1283–84). In 1353 it was captured by the forces of the Crown of Aragon under Bernardo de Cabrera; in 1372, following several revolts, the indigenous population was expelled,[2] and Alghero could later grow in number because of the arrival of Catalan colonists. In the early 16th century Alghero received the status of King's City (ciutat de l'Alguer) and developed economically.

The Aragonese were followed by the Spanish Habsburgs, whose dominion, ending in 1702, brought some stylish elegance to the city. In 1720 Alghero and Sardinia were handed over to the Piedmont based House of Savoy. Around 1750 a wide channel was excavated to improve the defensive position of the peninsula. In 1821 famine led to a revolt of the population, which was bloodily suppressed. At the end of the same century Alghero was de-militarised and, during the Fascist era, part of the surrounding marshes was reclaimed and the suburbs of Fertilia and S.M. La Palma were founded. During World War II (1943) Alghero was bombed, and its historical centre suffered heavy damage. The presence of malaria in the countryside was finally overcome in the 1950s.

Since then, Alghero has become a popular tourist resort.

B&B Il Fiordaliso
Via Fratelli Rosselli 19 07041 Alghero Tel.: +39 393 26 23 136
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