Tempio di Antas
Tempio di Antas
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ThreeDugongs
Brisbane, Australia323 contributions
Apr 2022
This is definitely worth the twisty drive! Amazing site in the forest. so beautiful. We were the only visitors at the time and it was amazing. One of the few sites that you feel that you have actually arrived and seen something and that it lives up to the photos in the guide books.
Written April 24, 2022
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Cesare B
Poggio Renatico, Italy74 contributions
Oct 2018 • Solo
The uniqueness of the archaeological site would need many pages to be adequately illustrated. With some thousands years of continuous religious frequentation by the civilizations that followed one another, this magic and captivating place is also a simple yet excellent restaurant, proposing a selection of local products, sandwiches and a bar. The competent, kind and very available staff will answer your questions. A souvenir shop is also available and the opportunity to enjoy a beer (Ichnusa, I would suggest!) under the canopy in the beautiful garden in front of the reception, is worth a visit!
Written October 28, 2018
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BagaMehr
Bloomington, IN91 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
The temple is astounding. It is not to be missed. The setting is incredibly beautiful with meadows of asphodel, mountains, and sheep bells tinkling in the distance. Allow some time to explore the temple, the nuragic village, the cave, and the quarry. This is a surprisingly rich site with much to offer. As a historian of religions, I felt very close to the syncretistic religion of the Romans at this site. It is worth the time.
Written May 14, 2018
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TwoKatz
Metchosin, Canada1,631 contributions
Nov 2015 • Couples
A 5 Euro per person admission ticket includes this site as well as the ethnographic museum in Fluminimaggiore. This site is a 300AD Roman temple built on the foundations of a 500BC Punic temple. Some columns have been rebuilt in the modern day and it makes for an impressive site. We went in the mid afternoon in early November and the lighting on the temple was perfect. Also on site are the Roman Quarry and the ruins of a Nuraghe village. The site has many small information signs in Italian and English describing the local flora and fauna - quite nice. Allow an hour minimum.
Written June 22, 2016
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Agata M
Poznan, Poland123 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
I went to Tempio di Antas to listen to a concert. And a very special one! A violin and a guitar musicians were playing a marvelous concert which, in this place, sounded fantastic! The ruins were illuminated and the whole event was great!
Written August 15, 2015
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Fr B
Cagliari, Sardegna, Italy70 contributions
Sep 2013 • Friends
I dont get how some other people ( mainly italians ) are complaining here about the location.
It's mysteriously located and because of that it's even more fascinating.
It feels like being in Greece and the guide we had ( included in the admission fee ) was very helpful, knowledgable and highlighted many interesting things.
I suggest to visit the nearby caves too, SU MANNAU.
Written September 29, 2013
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Al15
Cagliari, Italy59 contributions
It's a magical place, a greek temple in a valley surrounded only by nature, no human settlings around. You have to drive west and then nort west almost an hour from Cagliari, but it deserves it. You can then complete the trip visiting the Grotte di Su Mannau, quite impressive caverns up north.
Written January 5, 2012
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marcgrimbergen
grimbergen - Belgium195 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
When you are in the neighborhood then you should pay a visit. A scenic road leads you to the entrance of the park. You will get explanation in all languages, Dutch included. Really nice.
Written September 2, 2019
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MichaelDolgy
Gold Coast, Australia335 contributions
Mar 2019 • Solo
It is amazing and breathtaking place, historical and unique. in valley, lonely stand this beautiful monument of great times! far away in the middle of nowhere , surrounded by other old temples and structures, caves and etc. The monument of great times of Roman empire! how great to live where in the quite and soul-touching place
Written March 26, 2019
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phat_dawg_21
Alpharetta, GA13,464 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
We visited Sicily a few years ago so we have a different perspective. Many of the temple sites there require several hours to visit. That is not the case here.

The signage was good with information on the temple and associated sites. There is also good signage regarding the plants and animals in the area.

It is worth a visit, but not exceptional.

The snack bar near the ticket office was a good place for a light lunch with fast service and good food at a reasonable price.
Written October 15, 2018
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