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Nuraghe Sant'Antine

07048 Torralba, Sardinia, Italy
+39 079 847481
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If you only visit one Nuraghe site, make it this one.

I hadn’t heard of the Nuragic civilisation before my visit to Sardinia, but once discovered I was... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2017
Aberdeen, United Kingdom

This is a pretty unique place (although there others), and although quite small it is certainly... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
Fleet, Hampshire
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07048 Torralba, Sardinia, Italy
+39 079 847481
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

I hadn’t heard of the Nuragic civilisation before my visit to Sardinia, but once discovered I was fascinated. This is the best site we visited, very atmospheric and unlike anything I’d seen before. I loved Sant’ Antine. It was amazing exploring the interior corridors and...More

1  Thank DunelmArts
Reviewed 14 October 2017

This is a pretty unique place (although there others), and although quite small it is certainly worth a visit. There seems to be no agreed explanation for the purpose of these fascinating ruins. Variously suggested as a temple, or a public place, or a defensive...More

Thank rexbarker
Reviewed 24 August 2017

You can not understand the mystery of the Sardinian land if you do not visit the Nuraghe of Santu Antine; It is an imposing work of high engineering, the result of a superior civilization, still largely unknown.

Thank aldous2017
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

A beautiful preserved site that is worth visiting. It is also great with kids who are immersed in history as they climb the stairs of the main tower.

Thank Jamin_lk
Reviewed 5 July 2017

This is one of the best preserved nuraghe on Sardinia, and unusually is open all day. It is situated on an ancient plain, and accessed via a long path from the car park/ticket office/café/gift shop. The edifice is well presented, with nice lighting in the...More

1  Thank Antony S
Reviewed 16 June 2017

When you approach this monument from the car park it appears to be just a "pile of stones". However,once you enter it opens up all sorts of passages and stairs which you can explore. Given how old this struture is and the maze inside it...More

Thank KenPBATH
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

A 3000 year old fortress/village and it's fully accessible. The steps are sometimes made for giants, but you are treading on the footsteps of the very ancient past.

Thank John F
Reviewed 5 October 2016

This is a well preserved Nuragi and a fascinating place to visit.I have seen similar buildings on the Outer Hebrides and Orkney. This is a really large complex and one that you can get into and explore. Built 1800 years BC, they must have been...More

1  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Based on the recommendation from our B&B in Alghero, we elected to visit the nuraghe Santu Antine instead of the larger, but less well preserved site of Barumini. The advantage of Santu Antine is that you (and your child) can better imagine how living in...More

1  Thank YannickB69
Reviewed 9 August 2016

If visiting Sardinia you ought to see this nuraghe as it is such a good example. I recommend going with a guide in order to understand the significance of these structures.

1  Thank tmlnsnd
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19 April 2016|
Response from erythebest |
Hi Josephine, Last week I paid 6€ entrance fee to visit this nuraghe. This was the cost of admission for adults. Don't know if there's a reduced fee (or free entry) for children and disabled people. All the best
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