One of the most important archaeological areas of Sardinia.
The site of Tamuli is of exceptional historical importance as it has a “nuraghe” and the remains of an extensive village full of huts, giants’ tombs and “betili”.
Just a few kilometers from the city is the mountain park of Monte San ‘Antonio.


As well as having many prehistoric remains such as ‘menhir’ (standing stones) and portal tombs, Domuns de Janas has a lovely old town (11th century AD) which overlook fine mansions. You can visit the churches of Santa Croce, with its frescoes of the Last Judgement, St. Peter’s where you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of Constantine (the saint is celebrated each year on July 7 with the famous “Ardia”) and the Gothic-Aragonese church of San Giorgio. Finally for horse lovers, we recommend a visit to the horse museum.


Famous for its handicrafts and its folk carnival. It has grown along the banks of the river Temo, the only navigable river in Sardinia.
Bosa has a remarkable medieval town center and at the center stands the Malaspina Castle (12th century AD), it also has one of the cleanest and least polluted seas of the Mediterranean and the area of Campo Marrargiu is famous for the numerous colonies of Griffon vultures.


Sindia is surrounded by nuraghi, secondary roads of the Roman era and many historic churches including the medieval St Peter’s church (11th century AD) built by local Cistercian monks, the abbey of St. Mary’s Court, one of few remaining in Europe with the original architecture in the romanesque Burgundian style.

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