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Such an incredible historical place with significant Tomba dei giganti, several huts, and rest of the main building. The site is being escavated upon finding funding. I suggest to take a guided tour to also uncover about the local vegetation.
This is something that you don't want to miss if you are in the area! The nuragic complex is composed of a nuraghe, the remains of a village (8 huts have been dug out today but 36 were originally recorded in 1967) and a so-called...More
Super friendly staff and really interesting site. Amazing up-close looks at the whole village complex. The museum is really cool and uses virtual reality and tactile exhibits to show people neuralgic life.
The whole museum also caters for people without sight with Braille panels, 3D...More
We visited on a hot late July morning and toured the museum display area (including the virtual reality trip into the Giants’ Tomb) before taking the guided tour. Our guide Alessia was very helpful and informative and gave us quite an insight to what we...More
Worth a stop off en route between Santa Teresa Di Gallura and Capo Testa. Reasonably priced with friendly and helpful staff (who also happen to speak good English, which is unusual here but helpful!). There are information boards posted along the path (in both Italian...More
The place is magic if you like history, archeology, and nature. The place is well kept and explained, there are really nice exhibitions (we saw one on Dolmen, actually places that are doubly old than Lu Brandali! namely 6000 years old). There is coffee, and...More
Reachable by car coming back from Capo Testa and going to Santa Teresa di Gallura, it's worth a quick stop,for a walk in the wood and back a long way in history. There is a flat big "giants tomb", actually a community cemetery, and a...More
We drove 1 1/2 hours to get to this. A lot of money has been spent on the shop building and car park, but don't let it fool you, there's not much to see on the sight. Look at the photo's people post and that's...More