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This defensive structure or "nuraghi," developed on the island of Sardinia during the late second-millennium BC, consisted of a series of defensive towers in the form of truncated cones and internal chambers, all built from stone.
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Viale Su Nuraxi, 09021 Barumini, Sardinia, Italy
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+39 070 936 8128
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What an incredible place, so worth the visit. Pamela our guide was very good and informative. 14th century BC monument, absolutely superb.

Thank woosfluff
Reviewed yesterday

This is a quite elaborate site. It includes the central tower and the remnants of various defence towers and some huts. It can only be visited by guided tour, which are available in multiple languages. The descent into the central tower is a bit challenging...More

Thank Reisaapie
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Do not to miss this site, it is a wonderful Place to see. Impressive and beautiful! Excellent guided tour well explained with enough time to explore and take pictures. Very pleasant walk and not tiring. Tickets for guided tour are at 12 euros purchased on...More

Thank Nadine A
Fondazione_Barumini, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Su Nuraxi, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thanks for your review. Beste regards, Fondazione Barumini Sistema Cultura

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a fascinating site and much more extensive than you first imagine. A tour around the large central Neolithic fortress revealed so much more than we expected about its age and use. There was much more to the site than we thought - it...More

Thank Fern_Fronds
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We knew nothing of the Nuragic civilisation before deciding to go to Sardinia. This site, which must be visited with a guide is simply amazing. Enough of the buildings from 1400BC remain that you can go inside and see exactly how they were built. The...More

Thank Linton3193
Reviewed 7 June 2018

A kind of fortress 3500 years old. And you can go inside. Really worth a visit. Also a beautiful countryside

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Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

This nuraghic site is surprisingly large and well preserved for its age. You are allowed to visit inside the main structure accompanied by tourguide, who tells some interesting facts about the site. Impressive to see on the inside, and some nice view of the area...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Very interesting site. You must buy your ticket and wait for the guide. Lot of information and nice scenery.

Thank Godbouty
Reviewed 20 May 2018

You have to visit with one of their guides on a timed visit. Tours in Italian and English. You do need to be agile to visit this site, especially if you want to go inside the main building. Climbing up and down large steep steps...More

Thank Angu5
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Here lies the remains of a village that in several reincarnations survived from about 3,500 before Christ to early Roman times. Towers and living quarters leave one with the impression of a closed Bronze Age community seeking security. Not the easiest place to walk, especially...More

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