From Cagliari the walk reaches Soleminis via Monserrato.
In medieval times Monserrato was known as Pauli, which is Sardenian meant ‘marsh’.
Monserrato was decimated by the plague of 1348 and re-populated after that by the Savoyard fief during the Spanish reign.
The main parish churh in Monserrato is dedicated to San Ambrogio and Monserrato forms part of Cagliari metropolitan area.
Solèminis, located in the Province of South Sardinia, in the Italian region Sardinia, about 15 kilometres northeast of Cagliari and has a population of less than 2,000 inhabitants. The main parish church in Soleminis is dedicated to Saint James.
From Soleminis the route continues to Sant Andrea Frius via Dolianova.