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Tharros, Sardinia

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
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  • It's a place, in terms, pretty much. In addition to this circumstance, reference in the times well, either through the archaeological findings existing there, either through the stored in the Museum next. In addition to the ruins of Nora, is an excellent testimony to the presence of the Romans and other peoples who preceded them.
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  • The site is of great interest, the guide very prepared. The ride has a couple of hours visiting the tower. Recommended to visit it during the hottest hours of the day not because it is fully exposed to the Sun. Too bad we don't have more funds to dig I rest.
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  • Are the towers that give name to the city, Phoenician, Punic, Roman. Charming waterfront location visited during this period by many bathers in the evening between the beach and dinner. You visit the 30-40 minutes calmly and if you're not improvised archaeologists who comment every gravel. 5 euros the ticket that I recommend to match to the aragonese Tower (1) from where you can enjoy unforgettable view: sea, Gulf of oristano, mistral, archaeological ruins. At sunset is worth the trip to Sardinia.
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  • Extremely important Phoenician site.
  • I visited l archaeological area with the Guide, it was really very interesting. The guides very prepared and very sn visit is definitely best done with their explanations. Always very hot ... put a little hat! Beautiful view!
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  • Always nice to see, each time it is unfortunate to hear how many artifacts are missing or have been stolen, but everything remains impressive. Guides and highly experienced staff, really good and kind.
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  • A small Roman Punic nestled in the beautiful setting of the Sinis peninsula. You can see the ruins of what was once an important centre of antiquity. Great for the whole family and just a few steps from the sea went on Easter Monday, despite the rush the help was very good, he was very prepared, the visit lasted an hour and a half
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  • A blast from the past in a beautiful place. Also deserves a visit the Spanish Tower from which you can see the tip of the Sinai Peninsula that separates the currents of the sea
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