Nora is the site of a punic-roman town, situated on a peninsula in the south of Sardinia, near Pula. Interesting are the many mosaic floors of the roman period and the small theatre. There are also remains of immens roman baths, a number of tempels and the typical north-african style quarters of the town. Nora is the site where the oldest known inscription of Sardinia was found, with phoenician characters.
Address: Pula, tel. +39 070 921470/92440304
Opening times: summer 10:00-20:00;winter 10:00-17:30
Prices: Euro 7,50 ; Euro 5,00 (groups for Nora and the Museum of Pula Giovanni Patroni)
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Guided tours available
The information has been updated for 2018 but prices and opening hours may vary.