Domus de Janas, menhir, megalithic circle, nuraghe, Tomb of Giants, village and granary: s’Ortali ‘e su monti, a stone's throw from the sea of Ogliastra, summarises three thousand years of prehistory, narrated by substantial pre-Nuragic findings (4th-3rd millennium BC) and by Nuragic monuments built between the Middle Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age (16th-9th century BC). The archaeological park stands on two adjacent hills in the locality of San Salvatore, about five kilometres from Tortolì: you can get to it by taking a detour along the road that leads from the town to the Lido di Orrì, also allowing you to reach the little church of San Salvatore.