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This is a must if you want to explore Sardinia's Nuragic history, it's a very large and interesting settlement set in a beautiful landscape and gives a real sense of how it was and how a typical Nuragic village was arranged.
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Well worth a visit to this amazing site! It is an extensive area with a lot of excavation complete. The Nuragic people were an amazing civilisation that thrived in Sardinia during the Iron Age, 1600 to 600 BC.
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We visited this site on the same day as Nuraghe Mannus. We found it interesting to see both. This site gives a clear picture of the extent of this Neolithic community and their sophistication in organising themselves socially and politically to be able to run...More
This nuragic village is quite big , compared to other village in Sardinia. It gives a very good idea on how people lived some 5000 years ago. The expanations geven by the guide were very clear and they that in the future the different houses...More
We had an interesting tour of the Nuragic village of Serra Orrios. It is fascinating to see all of the different structures in the village, including two temples and many huts. The site is very large and requires a lot of walking.
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This was my first visit to a Sardinian Nuragic prehistoric site and it was impressive. Pottery from between 1600 and 800 BC were found here. There is a guide but we visited it alone. This is worth a visit if you are in the Dorgali...More
This is quite a large bronze age village site and a good hour or two can spent wandering the ruins and walking the narrow streets between the building remains. You can really imagine what it must have felt like thousands of years ago, we were...More
Well i'm biased, as i found this tope of archaeological site fascinating, i try to imagine what it must have been like when in function.
It's poorly sign-posted from the road, and there was an Italian guide whack was probably better than the paper description...More
Very nice site, definitely worth a visit.
- the site is open only from 10am to 1pm and from 3pm to 6pm
- every hour there is a guided free tour, which adds much to the visit!
- there is the possibility to...More