Well presented remains Some of which are in the shade So great for a hot day Be careful when you drive there that you don't drive past little warning on signs for approach Good to go and see late in the day
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This nuraghe is easy to access from the Alghero to Copa Caccia road. It is quite well preserved, and shows multiple 'rooms' and their assumed usage. The place has a nice feel, and you can stop for a drink and snack at the shaded cafe....More
This class of ancient dwellings are interesting due to their age and remarkable prevalence across the island. The palmavera example is quite well preserved and there is some interesting commentary available at the site. Unless you are a devotee of these things or you have...More
One of several sites being excavated on the island. It does a nice job of showing how the people of the time lived and protected themselves.
There's not a huge amount of useful information for the English speaker at this ancient archaeological site but one can buy a book at the ticket office to help the process of understanding this piece of history.
This is a good example of the Nuraghe, although it is not the best on the island. Some walls and towers are left, so you get a good impression of how it was.
Interesting buildings, caracteristical for Sardinia, still preserved, so one can imagine how it looked like.
This archeological site is the remains of a township begun over 3000 years ago. It is in a remarkable state of preservation and reminded me of Scara Brae in Orkney for its ability to convey how sophisticated people were that far back. It lies just...More
While going from Algehroto Capo CacciaI stopped there to see this 3500 yer old nuraghic village. Nothings really outstanding, at least for me. But If you have time stop there. To go around you need just 20 minutes. The entrance fee 3,5€, audio tour available....More