A fantastic, if small, site which encapsulates so much of Sardinia's history.
We arrived at opening time but were told that we couldn't enter the site unaccompanied. After 15 miniutes of waiting and listening to the two ladies talking about there families one of them got bored enough to give us a tour, well, be present whilst we listened to the pre-recorded handsets. After being rushed around we were then ushered out when we would actually have like to make a little more of our visit. Overly expensive also.
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