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The uniqueness of the archaeological site would need many pages to be adequately illustrated. With some thousands years of continuous religious frequentation by the civilizations that followed one another, this magic and captivating place is also a simple yet excellent restaurant, proposing a selection of...More
We visited Sicily a few years ago so we have a different perspective. Many of the temple sites there require several hours to visit. That is not the case here.
The signage was good with information on the temple and associated sites. There is also...More
We really liked our visit of the temple of anatas and the nearby nuraghi community. There is a little climb up to the temple, but this over a very nice road. Information around the temple is good and was even in Dutch.
The temple is astounding. It is not to be missed. The setting is incredibly beautiful with meadows of asphodel, mountains, and sheep bells tinkling in the distance. Allow some time to explore the temple, the nuragic village, the cave, and the quarry. This is a...More
What a great find out in the hills! This temple's rebuilding is going well and there is enough textual information to keep you interested. The punic era necropolis is mind boggling (in the land of such things). The grounds to walk are also beautiful if...More
Today, nobody else seemed to bother visiting this beautiful temple, hence we ended up looking at these antiquities all by ourselves. We had a nice coffee in the sun and made some brilliant pictures. So if you want to avoid waiting in lines, come here...More
A 5 Euro per person admission ticket includes this site as well as the ethnographic museum in Fluminimaggiore. This site is a 300AD Roman temple built on the foundations of a 500BC Punic temple. Some columns have been rebuilt in the modern day and it...More
Well thought out archeological site, good information about the site and interesting info boards about the flora and fauna. Trails away from the main site for the more energetic. Food and drink available