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Nuraghe Majori, Tempio Pausania
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  • This is a worthwhile Nuraghe site in itself with and interesting garden and lovely views. What makes it exceptional is the presence of Lesser Horseshoe Bats in the building from spring to late October...  more »
  • Beautiful site, exciting to think what they were able to build men of such ancient civilizations, imagine what life was like in similar contexts is easy when you visit the well preserved monuments and with clear explanations and interesting as those we had from the caretaker.
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  • A nuraghe surrounded by greenery ... silence, history and bats! To see. ... And don't miss a stop at the food court!
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  • I'm only posting so that someone can correct the opening time. At 16:30 on a mid November Sunday afternoon this place is very definitely shut, and locked. The fence would be pretty easy to get through or over and it would be possible to bypass the padlocked iron gate at the nuraghe itself but that wouldn't be playing to the rules. There is noise and cooking smells from the restaurant but again the gates are very firmly locked.
  • We loved the Nuraghe. Sounds incredible that it is this old. The bats seem quite content with the stone ceiling. The restaurant next door is wonderful, run with a passion, attentive staff, quick service
  • A short trip but still interesting. Worth the 2.5euro entrance fee but don't expect to stay for long.
  • Very nice place and friendly staff. Near restaurant is good too.
  • Nuragic interesting, handled with obvious passion. Fact: in an environment of the dolmen will spawn small bats visible thanks to flashlight provided at the entrance. Also of interest is the resting spot, with many testimonies of local life in an educational exhibit.
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