The city of Cagliari is in the southern part of Sardinia. The National Archaeological Museum is extremely interesting for its collections of pieces and finds from the Nuragic Sardinian civilization. Other attractions are the Roman Amphitheatre, dating back the II century, and the old districts of Castello, Stampace, Marina and Villanova, which really deserve a visit. The wetlands Stagno di Santa Gilla and Stagno di Molentargius host colonies of pink flamingos that have nested there since years. The Poetto beach is one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean Sea: more than 10 km of fine white sand. Many pubs, bars, restaurants and bathing establishments are along the beach and in the nearest Marina Piccola, the tourist harbour, at the foot of Sella del Diavolo.