According to tradition, its origins date back to the twelfth century, when it was founded by the noble Genoese Doria family, later conquered by the Catalan-Aragonese, which still keeps the language and traditions. The Old Town is fortified by towers and sixteenth-century walls, with its architecture, its picturesque streets, looks like a small jewel set in the land of Sardinia. Alghero is located in an environment of great value, surrounded by beaches with white sands and emerald seas, landscapes typical of the Mediterranean with palm and olive trees. You can visit the ruins of its Nuragic sites, such as Palmavera and the necropolis of Anghelu Ruju. Between the streets and alleys of the center you can admire the goldsmith tradition of Alghero, with jewelry in gold filigree and coral typical Ruby Red. Alghero offers attractions, ranging from countless beaches, concerts, typical meals of fish and Sardinian cuisine at the many bars that increase the "Movida” on summer nights.