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Olivastri Millenari di Santo Baltolu

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It’s a 4 thousand year old tree!!!

It’s an olive tree, but 4 thousand years old !!! 😵 easy to walk round, very quiet , it’s a tree... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Topsham, United Kingdom
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A brief stop but worth it.

€10 for a family of 4 but worth it. Amazing to think the trees are so old. One they think is 4000... read more

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Sam I
Exeter, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It’s an olive tree, but 4 thousand years old !!! 😵 easy to walk round, very quiet , it’s a tree! It cost 10 euros for 4 people to see the tree.

Thank lifesworthit
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

€10 for a family of 4 but worth it. Amazing to think the trees are so old. One they think is 4000 years old. We only stayed a few minutes but an interesting stop off.

Thank Sam I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just 20 minutes to watch at the 3 trees and make a little tour around them.It is the oldest tree in Europa.You can stay down the tree and read a book and think how little we are. Very kind Girls at the reception.If You want...More

Thank nigni2002
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Olivastri Millenari - a group of wild olive trees, now protected in a nature reserve. The oldest olive tree is fenced off as it is nearly 4000 years old. Amazing.

Thank Marina W
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

The emotion of a hug with the ancient roots of the earth. That is the feeling which wrap you when you arrive in this magic place where millenary wild olive trees seem to be guardians of the time dominating a wonderful landscape of a typical...More

Thank falconmr
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

We visited here as part of a day trip we planned that also included Tempio Pausanias and Nuraghe Maiori. We enjoyed all three and we recommend. If we had only visited any one of them then our children (13,10 and 8) would have complained that...More

Thank NeilVernon
Reviewed 14 August 2016

I visited this last week on the final day of our 10 day trip to Sardinia. It was our first visit to the island, and honestly seeing the trees was one of the highlights of the whole holiday. It was such an amazing atmosphere -...More

Thank Siân V
Reviewed 27 July 2016

It's amazing to touch a living thing that survived for thousands of years....well, you can't touch the one that is 4.000 years old, but you can hug his younger brothers (2.000 and 1.000 years old!!)

Thank von_Aether
Reviewed 10 January 2015

two olive trees near Luras one about 3000 years old the other around 4000 yars old still fruits each year

1  Thank jean francois M
Reviewed 30 September 2014

Having the sum of 4000 years of history running through their roots, these ancient trees are the perfect detour for a day off-the-beach in searching for something different. Although the infrastructure around the trees is limited (some boards explaining the characteristics and history of the...More

Thank cdparra
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