Basilica of Our Lady of Luogosanto

At the center of the village is the Basilica of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary founded by the Franciscans in 1218 when San Francescowas still alive. It became the first basilica of Gallura in 1228 and Pope Honorius IIIbuilt a 'Holy Door'. The Holy Door is opened by the bishop every seven years, and is kept open for 12 months. The interior has three naves and the typical frescoes: the Baptism of Jesus, Saint Nicholas and Saint Trano. In the third chapel on the left is a statue of Addolorata (Our Lady of Sorrows) and the fourth a typical crucifix and a statue of Sant'Antonio Abate.

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Where to sleep

Where to sleep

Gianni and Pia B&B

Luogosanto

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Where to sleep

B&B Crisciuleddu

Luogosanto

Where to eat

Where to eat

Nieddu Bar Caffetteria

Luogosanto

Other Services

Other Services

Luogosanto Tennis Club

Luogosanto

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Other Services

Lacu artisanal laboratory

Luogosanto

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Other Services

Da Marisa Minimarket

Luogosanto

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Other points of interest in the territory

Luogosanto

Diocesan Museum and Francescano Monastery

Archictecture

Luogosanto

Church of Santa Maria

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Church of San Quirico

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Luogosanto

Church of Santa Reparata

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