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Nuraghe di Osalla, Orosei

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  • The beach is clean, has a bar and trees where you can seat for a while if you don't want to burn you skin under the sun. But if you want to walk a litte bit outside of the beach it is very dirty. It was the wc of tourist people and it is really pitty.
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  • Extremely scenic, truly memorable place. The nuraghe themselves are not well kept vegetation left wild perhaps by choice but it is absolutely worth a visit!
  • To find it, go up from the beach on an asphalted road that leads to the farmhouses, after the hairpin bends, turn into the first clearing on the left, from there begins a dirt road that can be traveled by car, with a bit of difficulty, but you can go slowly; there is also a sign (a little faded) that from the paved road indicates to take the dirt road. Once you have made 100 my by car you can park in an open space on the left (with respect to a gate, where the road ends), from there on the left follow the path that leads to an open gate, continue guide again and you can see immediately the nuraghe; placed in a strategic position it is right on the highest point and below there is a precipice of 150 meters .. the nuraghe, as you can see from the architrave of the entrance portal, is partially excavated, so the base of the nuraghe is not visible, it is assumed that there is at least one other floor to be excavated, however it cannot be accessed due to a collapse that does not allow access, it is in a poor state of conservation and sealing, congratulations to the administration…. It was enough to safeguard it a little bit .. instead along the paved road that leads to the agriturimo, for those who pay attention, they will notice accumulated stones in the fields that suggest a very extensive village on the plateau .. all totally lost because in private hands they have preferred to clean up the ground for their crops, you can see a part where there are centuries-old olive trees in the place where they grew, there are stacked stones, suggesting a totally destroyed nuragic village ...

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