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A 3000 year old fortress/village and it's fully accessible. The steps are sometimes made for giants, but you are treading on the footsteps of the very ancient past. more »
This is a well preserved Nuragi and a fascinating place to visit.I have seen similar buildings on the Outer Hebrides and Orkney. This is a really large complex and one that you can get into and explor... more »
Based on the recommendation from our B&B in Alghero, we elected to visit the nuraghe Santu Antine instead of the larger, but less well preserved site of Barumini. The advantage of Santu Antine is that... more »
The official website says it's 3 €, but once you're there they charge you 6 €. Too much. Other than that, the place is well worth a visit.
Nice historic area which is also good for a small walk
Davide BerterelliWonderful place for really particular Nuraghe, and the place in which it is located. Fantastic driving really prepared and animated by passion. Don't miss it!
Carlo CauThe nuraghe is beautiful and quite large, many halls and you can visit even the highest part. Also great for families with children.
Mario Gualberto FioriBecause it is an important testimony to the history of Sardinia you can know through the guided tour service that the website operator is able to offer
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