Nuragic village of Su Nuraxi di Barumini
3,500 years ago, a mysterious people of excellent builders lived in Sardinia. You can admire their skill by visiting Su Nuraxi, the largest Nuragic village complex in Sardinia and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The "nuraghe" structures may have served a defensive purpose according to some suggestive theories. But, they also bespeak hints of everyday life in the remains found there of break-making ovens, wheat-grinding milestones and more...
The village seems even more extraordinary if you think that it has survived and come down to us over 3,500 years of history.
After your visit, lunch awaits at the famous Zia Tonina, a beautiful restaurant overlooking the nuraghe, which serves rich, delicious, traditional dishes from the area.
Recommendations: We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothing and some type of head covering.
In case of inclement weather, the excursion may be cancelled.