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Nuraghe Basoru is a complex nuraghe built in porphyry stone. The central tower is rises 7,5 metres high above the bastions. The access to the central room with a tholos vault 7 metres high is very narrow..
Nuraghe Scalas is a single tower nuraghe near the Costa Rei. Opposite the nuraghe there is a field with menhirs probably from the end of the Neolithic period that would have been used as an astronomical calendar..
The castle of Acquafredda was built in the Middle Ages as a stronghold to control the valley of the Cixerri and the town of Villa di Chiesa, now Iglesias. It once belonged to Ugolino Della Gherardesca count of Donoratico, the pisan count also mentioned in the works of Dante Alighieri..
The punic necropolis of Cagliari, one of the largest in the Mediterranean, is located on the hill of Tuvixeddu. The necropolis has disappeared largely due to quarrying of the stone in previous centuries, the part that is left is now visitable as a park..
The Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Cagliari can be considered the most important archaeological museum of Sardinia. There is a vast collection of prehistoric and historic artefacts, in particular the many and diverse nuragic bronze statuettes. One of the highlights is a number of the lifesize statues in stone of nuragic warriors from the site of Mont'e Prama. ...
The Villa di Tigellio is an excavated area of roman Cagliari with domus and parts of a thermal complex. It was called Villa di Tigellio after the famous roman poet Tigellio..
Cagliari lies in the south of Sardinia and is the capital of the autonomous region Sardegna. There is an important university, the largest airport of Sardinia and the largest port. In antiquity the town was called Karales and even now there are still remains of the punic and roman period, like the punic graves on the hill of Tuvixeddu and the roman amphitheatre. ...
The event around Sant'Efisio (Saint Ephysius) is the most important event of Sardinia. The statue of the saint is brought from Pula to Cagliari and back again. On the return the saint is accompanied by a procession of oxcarts, representatives of many villages and towns in traditional dress and horseriders. ...
Remains of roman and early medieval Cagliari have been excavated under the church of Sant'Eulalia. After the excavation a new floor has been placed in the church and underneath the remains have been transformed into a visitable excavation area..
The small but quite modern archaeological museum of Villasimius is situated in the centre of the town in a historical building. The museum has a collection of maritime archaeological finds from the seas around Villasimius and from prehistorical and historical sites like the punic settlement of Cuccureddus.
Cala Sinzias - Castiadas (CA)
The beach of Cala Sinzias.
is Mortorius - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of is Mortorius.
is Traias - Villasimius (CA)
The beach of Is Traias.
Le Ginestre - Muravera (CA)
The beach of Le Ginestre.
San Giovanni - Muravera (CA)
The beach of San Giovanni.
su Stangioni Perd'e Sali - Pula (CA)
The beach of Stangioni Perd'e Sali.
Porto Corallo - Villaputzu (CA)
The beach of Porto Corallo.
Porto Tramatzu - Villaputzu (CA)
The beach of Porto Tramatzu.
Capitana - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of Capitana.
Baia Azzurra - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of Baia Azzurra.
Marina di Capitana - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of Marina di Capitana.
is Mortorius II - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The small beach of Is Mortorius.
s'Arpagiu - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of s'Arpagiu.
Marina di Capitana II - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The second beach of Marina di Capitana.
Terramala - Quartu Sant'Elena (CA)
The beach of Terramala.
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