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Vista dal nuraghe Brunk'e s'Omu
From the Middle Ages until 1954, it was called Bannari, deriving from balneus (thermal bath), hence why the municipality has two names – one official and the other historical. Villa Verde is a tiny village of just over 300...
Fontane di san Leonardo di Siete Fuentes
The XII century origins of San Leonardo di Siete Fuentes are not clear, but they do predate nearby Santu Lussurgiu, some six kilometres away. It has been lived in since time immemorial, under the Torres and then Arborea guidicati...
Nostra Signora di Bonacatu, dettaglio facciata - Bonarcado
The story of Our Lady of Bonacattu begins in the 5th century, when the Byzantine settlers began building a small quadrangular church (12 metres each side) from basalt and trachyte rock. Subsequent alterations (7th-8th century)...
Chiesa di san Serafino - Ghilarza
The buildings stand on the green slopes of the Perda 'e pranu plateau, set in a loop of the beautiful Omodeo lake. The sanctuary and novenary of San Serafino, immersed in the evocative scenery of Ghilarza territory, were...
Giganti Mont'e Prama - Museo Archeologico
It contains the Giants of Mont'e Prama, the greatest archaeological discovery of the late 20th century in the Mediterranean. The Civic Archaeological Museum of Cabras, inaugurated in 1997 and named after Giovanni Marongiu, a...
Colonia felina - Su Pallosu
In 2016, travellers voted it the fifth most beautiful beach in Sardinia and the first in the province of Oristano. It is largely devoted to cats. Su Pallosu is one of the gems dotted along Capo Mannu, the northernmost part of the...
sas panadas di Cuglieri
This town that looks out over the sea was, in the II century BCE, a Roman settlement called Gurulis Nova. Cuglieri fans out like an amphitheatre on Bardosu hill, on the western slope of Montiferru, of which it has always been the...
Chiesa santa Maria della Mercede - Norbello
Lying on the Abbasanta plateau, it offers a panoramic view of Lago Omodeo and the Chenale valley, coloured by woods of oak and sessile oak, Mediterranean scrub and orchids, interlaced with paths and interspersed with ‘healing’...
Santa Cristina, pozzo sacro
"It represents the peak of water temple architecture. Its proportions are so balanced (.), its geometric composition so exact (.), so rational (.), that it doesn't seem possible (.) for it to have been built around the...
Veduta di Busachi
In the Middle Ages, it was the capital of Barigadu, and today it is known as the ‘ linen town’. Busachi is a town of houses and buildings in pink trachyte stone, which takes on a red glow when lit by the sun. The houses are set...