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The castle of Burgos, also called the castle of the Goceano, was built probably in the twelfth century by the Judex of Torres. The castle was built to control the surrounding territories and the borders with the Judicate of Arborea..
The site of nuraghe Noddule lies to the north of Nuoro on the road to Buddusò. It consists of several archaeological structures next to the complex nuraghe like megalithic circles, a Bronze age wall and settlement, a Bronze Age large hut and a waterwell or water sanctuary..
The Tomba di Giganti (Giants Tomb) s'Ena de Thomes is a fine example of a bronze age tomb with a central placed arched slab..
Villa Piercy was built by Benjamin Piercy, an english railway constructor, at Badde Salighes. It is surrounded by a large garden in english style. Woodlands surround the villa and garden and here are some of the oldest Taxus trees (yew).
Serra Orrios is a Bronze age settlement with a large number of huts, simple and complex, and two particular structures identified as megaron temples or temples in antis with vestibule. The site was excavated in the thirties of the previous century..
The Ethnographic museum of Sardinia in Nuoro has a fine exhibition of traditional Sardinian costumes, jewellery and typical Sardinian products ranging from knives to launeddas..
Su Gologone is an important source where the water surfaces from under the mountain. The source is over 135 meters deep with clear water. The water reverses in the river Cedrino at a few hundred meters from the source. ...
The necropolis of Filigosa just outside Macomer has given it's name to the culture of Abealzu-Filigosa (2480-1855 BC). The necropolis consists of a number of Domus de Janas with a long shaft cut out of the rock of a hillside. On top of the hill stands the remains of a single tower nuraghe..
The archaeological site of Santa Sabina (or Santa Sarbana) consists of a nuraghe with next to it a church, Tombe di Giganti and a nuragic well. The site is very picturesque..
Nuraghe Mannu is a bronze age nuraghe with a roman settlement. The Nuraghe is situated on the east coast with a wide view of the coast from Calagonone down to the beautiful beaches of Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu.
One of the characteristic carnivals of central Sardinia is that of Ottana with the masks of the Boes (animals) and the Merdules (shepherds). It is one of the oldest traditional carnivals of Sardinia..
On the east coast of Sardinia, in a wild and uninhabited part of the island, you can find some of the most beautiful beaches, reachable only by foot or by boat. The most famous is Cala Luna with its white sandy beach against the background of immense natural caves and a canyon carved out by a seasonal river that finds it way to the sea..
Dues Nuraghes or Duos Nuraghes is the site of two nuraghi with remains of a settlement on the north side of Borore. The site has been extensively excavated by the archaeologist G. Webster..
The Gola di Gorropu is a deep canyon in the mountains of several kilometers. At the mouth of the canyon the steep walls tower over fourhundred meters high above. The canyon is considered to be the deepest of Europe. ...
The archeological site of Nuraghe Iloi near Sedilo consists of a complex nuraghe, a nuragic village, a number of Tombe di Giganti, several Domus de Janas and a Dolmen. The entrance is free, but it is maintained only during the summer months..
Nuraghe Aiga is a complex nuraghe with bastions and three or four additional towers. The nuraghe can be accessed through a doorway on the second floor as the first floor is still completely interred. The main chamber on the first floor has three niches. ...
Caletta di Ziu Santoru - Dorgali (NU)
The small beach of Caletta di Ziu Santoru.
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