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After travelling up a track we passed the site to go up to a new very modern visitor centre. It was air conditioned and had a little cafe which was very welcome. Along with a shop and shaded veranda you could sit out on and...More
We wanted visit the Necropoli. We heard a lot about this site. So, we tried to phone but nobody had answered... so, we decided to go and see directly there for a visit.
It was closed... without any explanation. But we seen a group in...More
Very isolated location but well signposted. The lady at the entrance had some English and explained where to go, and said she would be unlocking the most famous tomb in 5 minutes and to meet her there. There was an Italian couple waiting to be...More
Unique place! you can visit some tombs built according to Nuragic style. The pearl of this archaelogical site is the Boss' tomb. Thanks to great and well prepared guides (they speak English as well) you can understand the different uses of this tomb through the...More
It was well indicated on the Road. The guide gave a very impressive explanation of the grotta del capo and was willing to explain the Kids everything. Before the guided tour you could visit with a map the other tombs and the sacred Bull. Unfortunately...More
A series of interconnected burial chambers carved out of the rock. The largest chambers, whose entrance is gated and locked dates from 5,000 years ago. There are remains of original decoration, followed by Roman, followed by early Christian, followed by Christian from middle ages. Knowledgeable...More
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Ristorante Pizzeria Bar Valle Dei Nuraghi da Fabio