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Santuario Nuragico di Serra Orrios, Dorgali

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Santuario Nuragico di Serra Orrios is located in Dorgali. See Santuario Nuragico di Serra Orrios and all Dorgali has to offer by arranging your trip with our Dorgali tour planner.
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  • It's a spectacular village-nuragic sanctuary, with a large precinct, megaron temples, dozens and dozens of huts divided into blocks in the center of which, in some cases, is still recognizable well or a cistern, dating back to 3/4000 years ago, inhabited in the bronze age and attended by hundreds of people at a time ... awesome and exciting! There is an immense nuraghe like in Barumini, such Orroli (Arrubiu) or Torralba (Santu Antine) that impresses with its Majesty, for the incomparable and unimaginable expertise in building it, but here, among these huts as similar to today's "fins", you see firsthand, and we understand the importance, the size of the ancient Sardinian people: thousands and thousands of people working building, Castle, live, fight, trade, pray, move and work together, or against ... a civilization, you know, incredibly long ignored even by scholars. The place is well kept, and can be accessed either on its own (we were given a photocopy with description and map of the village, but we also had a nice little book that describes the archaeological sites of Dorgali) that with a guided tour. We came back, so far, at least 5 times, accompanying friends who came out to find during the many holidays in Sardinia or on our own, and always, knowing what we would find, we tried!
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  • Turning to Sardinia hits the impressive number of nuraghi but many villages do not have survived or have not been brought to light. Visiting Serra Orrios you can go between blocks of cabins well preserved complete with courtyard and common grave. Very interesting the "hut of the assemblies" and striking the two small temples dedicated to the worship of water probably Megaron. Archeology buffs can get in-depth information from the guides, knowledgeable and engaging. To see the exhibits here unearthed by archaeologists it is worth visiting the Archaeological Museum of Dorgali. In Serra Orrios you can make a cheap ticket to visit the Museum and a nearby dolmen. You log on to the site after a short walk. In winter and spring make sure the site is open. Good visit!
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  • This nuragic village is quite big , compared to other village in Sardinia. It gives a very good idea on how people lived some 5000 years ago. The expanations geven by the guide were very clear and the...  more »
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  • A very well preserved village, passionate guides and truly impressive.
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  • Interesting archaeological site, easy to reach and very nice!
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  • Nice place driving good explanation
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  • Exciting experience to do possibly away from hottest part of the day. Passionate and engaging guide.
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