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  • Sassari
  • 19 May 202420 May 2024
    19 May20 May
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B HOTELS in Sassari, 1 hotel

Explore Sassari

Sassari, one of the most beautiful faces of Sardinia, welcomes you with its unique charm. Explore the ancient vestiges of its rich history, enjoy the breathtaking views, and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the historic center. Just a stone's throw away, you'll find the B&B HOTEL Sassari, a high quality accommodation at an affordable price, near the beating heart of the city.

Where to book in Sassari

Welcome to B&B HOTEL Sassari, located a short distance from the historic center. Thanks to its strategic location, you can easily explore the city's wonders, such as the Cathedral of San Nicola and the Aragonese Castle, or drive just 20 minutes to the heavenly beaches of the north. Enjoy the comfort and convenience of having everything Sassari has to offer at your fingertips!

History and Curiosities

Sassari, a fascinating city located in northern Sardinia, has ancient origins dating back to the Middle Ages. The city has gone through several dominations over the centuries, including the Aragonese domination. Today, Sassari is a vibrant city that jealously preserves its history and traditions, fascinating visitors with its historical monuments and rich culture.

For your walks

Discover Sassari by walking through its historic streets and hidden treasures. Start in the charming historic center to admire the Cathedral of San Nicola and discover its picturesque alleys. Don't miss the enchanting Monserrato Park, ideal for relaxing walks among nature. While for a stroll in a paradisiacal setting, walk along the waterfront and enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches of northwest Sardinia.

Monuments and points of interest

Discover Sassari's cultural heritage through its monuments and points of interest. Admire the majestic Cathedral of San Nicola, a jewel of Catalan-Gothic architecture, and walk through the striking Piazza d'Italia, the beating heart of the city. The Rosello Fountain, a symbol of Sassari, will enchant your senses with its beauty, as will the Public Gardens, a green oasis in the heart of Sassari. 

If you love art, visit the Teatro Civico, a jewel of 19th-century architecture that hosts theater, music and dance performances, and the Sanna Museum, home to contemporary art collections and temporary exhibitions by local and international artists.

Culinary Traditions

Sassari is waiting for you, ready to give you an unforgettable gastronomic experience through its civic market,  food and wine treasures.

Savor the varied local cuisine, from gallurese soup, a rustic mix of bread, cheese, and meat, to fregula, a couscous-like pasta seasoned with lamb ragout or seafood, to chickpea farinata, known in town as Fainè. You cannot leave Sassari without tasting the delicacies of the sea: from burrida, a fish soup with walnut sauce, to cassola, a rich fish and shellfish soup. Accompany it all with local wines, from robust Cannonau to cool Vermentino, that reveal the secrets of Sardinia's wine-making tradition. And to end on a sweet note, be tempted by traditional Sassaresi sweets: papassini, almond and honey cookies, or seadas, cheese-filled pancakes covered in honey. 


Every year, on August 14th, the Faradda di li Candareri (Descent of the Candlesticks) or procession of the Candlesticks is held. It's one of the most cherished events in Sardinia, starting from Piazza Castello. On the third Sunday of May, the cavalcata sarda takes place: a parade featuring costumes from all over the island, either on foot, horseback, or on traccas—distinctive floats decorated with flowers and everyday objects. The last Sunday of May is marked by the Festa del Voto (Feast of the Vow), commemorating the vow made in 1943 by the then Archbishop of Sassari. Following a bomb falling on the city's station, he pledged an annual procession. If you have a fondness for animals, don't miss Caddos, an exhibition showcasing economic activities related to the equestrian sector, deeply rooted in Sardinian culture.