The Church of Santissima Trinità di Saccargia (Holy Trinity Basilica of Saccargia) is among the best known Romanesque churches in Sardinia. Built during the 12th century, the basilica was part of a vast Benedictine Camaldolese monastic complex. Characterised externally by a two-tone black and white colour scheme, of Tuscan derivation, internally it is more sober, embellished by a valuable medieval fresco.
HOW TO ARRIVE
From Sassari, take the former State Road 131, the E25, in the direction of Ploaghe/Codrongianos and after about 15 km, take the exit on the right signposted Basilica di Saccargia, until you see the high bell tower of the Basilica towering imposingly over the surrounding countryside.
> April to October: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
> from November to March, the Basilica opens by appointment only, for groups of more than fifteen people.
For info and bookings: +39 347 0007882
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