Tharros was a city founded by Phoenicians in the VIII century BC, pretty close to a nuragic village from Bronze Age called “Su muru mannu” that means “the great wall”. In the middle of the wall has been fitted the tophet, a Punic-Phoenician sanctuary with no ceiling where people’s ashes were buried.



Nora is an ancient city up on the highland of Capo di Pula shot from land by an isthmus. The town is ovelooked by an old Spanish tower named Coltellazzo deeped in a charming beautiful landscape. It was once a Phoenician-Punic settlement, then it became a Roman dominion

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Su Nuraxi

Nuragic village of Su Nuraxi is also known as the nuragic site of Barumini. It’s one of the main archaeological site in Sardinia and one of the most concrete example of a total nuraghe very well preserved. It was brought back to light by the archaeologist Giovanni Lillìu between the 405 and the 505. It’s recognised by UNESCO as a cultural heritage in the year 1997.

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Santa Cristina

The archaeological site of Santa Cristina is the principal sacred area of Nuragic Civilizations, and it is a monumental temple with the typical structure of an excavated shaft, and it includes in it a Christian sanctuary that is still used today during religious festival. This fact contributes to create a unique atmosphere of sanctity and syncretism.