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This defensive structure or "nuraghi," developed on the island of Sardinia during the late second-millennium BC, consisted of a series of defensive towers in the form of truncated cones and internal chambers, all built from stone.
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There are several Nuraghen in Sardinia, but we found this the most interesting and complete one. Visiting is only possible with a guide. Our guide was absolutely of added value because he told a lot about its history, so that we understood better what these...More
We visited Su Nuraxi with our tour group, and had a guided tour with an English speaking guide. The tour lasted just over an hour.
It is a very interesting nuragic site. The nuraghe is a fortress tower defensive construction. When you first enter it...More
We had a truly wonderful time at the nuraghe:
We did the EN tour, which was very informative, but not overwhelming. We climbed the nuraghe and could see how it was structured and also had a great view of the surrounding buildings. That was actually...More
We arrrived at 10:20 and had to wait till 11 for an English speaking tour. The tour took ages, over an hour and it was really hot. There were other tours organized by the company but also outside tours so the place was packed, especially...More
Stands stately alone on the hillside touting its lineage as Sardinia’s largest, most important Nuraghic complex. The archeological remains are incredibly well preserved and only discovered in 1949 when heavy rains revealed stoneworks under what was thought to be just another hillock. The central tower...More
There was not a sign at the entrance so it was a little tricky to find. The first pullout that appeared to be a parking lot had a chain across it. Luckily we drove around a bit and found the entrance. There was a small...More
Visited with friends, we drove from Cagliari to Barumini which took just under 1 hr and very easy to find. The tour was a guided tour and it gave me enough time to see and photograph as I pleased.
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Surprising, worth spending some time over there, quite unique actually. They have a guided tour in English every 30 min in the summer. Our guide was not fantastic, which allowed us to concentrate on what we had in front of us, which was really impressive....More
Visited here on the recommendation of a friend, well worth it. Visits are timed and escorted- a very informative guide took us around, speaking very good English. Quite amazing to see 2 storey castle remains from 5,500 years ago. Very impressive!
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