This burial site with five circular graves to be seen if you have an interest in the pre-nuraghiske period. The tombs are among of the oldest known from Sardinia, approx. 3500 BC.
On the site you can also see three menhirs and small stone boxes to place offerings in.
One of the graves is different than the other with a stone cist with a passage. This tomb is interpreted as the transition type for the later 'giant's tombs'.
There are good signs that tell of excavations and finds, in Italian. There is a good information centre 50 metres further up the road from the site with a ticket office, good displays and parking where they will provide you with good printed material in English, Italian, French or German. However, it definitely pays to ask if one of the enthusiastic guides have time to tell about the place - they do really well!
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