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While Sardinia doesn't lack Nuraghi to visit, the Nuraghi Majori is extra special because it would certainly appeal to couples with young children. There's a small entrance fee. Brochures are supplied in multiple languages. Visitors are given a...more
Just outside of Tempio on the road to Capo Testa, is this small nuraghe. Inside, there is a colony of bats, which really makes this nuraghe feel like part of the landscape and not a tourist attraction.
I would recommand this place to anyone interested in archeology or sardinian history. If you get to know nuraghi's culture you will enjoy this really old structure. Also there is a bat colony living there, really cute and interesting.
We did not intend to visit another nuraghe but spontaneously followed the signs and what we found was a great restaurant located next to it, an inviting path towards it with wellkept plants, lights, stones and after paying a small amount entered it, had a...More
We had our lunch in the nearby restaurant and reached the Nuraghi from the garden. It is only a partial Nuraghi as the top half has collapsed. What is there gives you an idea of what the civilization lived in. The rooms are dark, the...More
Enthusiastic and charming reception staff provide you with a torch to look at one of the darker chambers and also spot the bats. They have obviously taken great care of the place, bother the archaeology and the nature