Monte Sirai is a punic-roman settlement on the top of the mount Sirai near Carbonia. The site is strategically situated in the middle of the mining districts of the Sulcis and the Iglesiente. The archaeological site consists of the remains of the town and acropolis, a punic and a phoenician necropolis and a tophet. The view from the mountain top is breathtaking.
Address: Strada Statale 126 Sulcitana - localitą Sirai
Tel: 0781 62665
Opening times: summer 10:00-20:00 (july and august every day, the other months closed on monday); winter 10:00-15:00 (monday and tuesday closed)
Prices: Euro 6,00 (reduced Euro 5,00 euro)
Guided tours available
The information has been updated for 2016 but prices and opening hours may vary.