Excursions

Breathtaking View

Sella del diavolo

Located along the southern coast of the city, this majestic hill offers a breathtaking panorama of the Gulf of Angels and the crystal-clear sea lapping its cliffs.

The path traverses panoramic and historically rich trails, allowing visitors to explore ancient paths that once connected the city to its summit.

Along the way, you can admire the local flora and fauna, with the possibility of spotting endemic species of Sardinia. Once at the top, the panorama opens up to a breathtaking view that leaves you breathless, offering a moment of contemplation and wonder.

Salt Pans and Flamingos

Molentargius Park

Exploring the Molentargius-Saline Regional Natural Park is an exciting experience that allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty and biodiversity of one of Sardinia’s most fascinating ecosystems. During the excursion, visitors have the opportunity to spot a rich variety of animal species, including pink flamingos, herons, and other migratory birds that populate the salt pans. Additionally, the park is steeped in history and culture, with the presence of ancient water mills and historic salt pans that testify to the area’s economic and social importance over the centuries. Walking the trails of Molentargius Park offers an immersive experience in nature and history, making it an essential stop for anyone visiting Sardinia.

Historic Coastal Defense

Fortino di Sant'Ignazio

In the inland of Sardinia, the nuragic complex of Barumini is a unique archaeological site that narrates the island’s millennia-old history. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient settlement dating back to the Middle Bronze Age features imposing megalithic towers, a testament to the engineering mastery of the Nuragic civilization. Exploring the site, visitors can admire the towers, circular dwellings, and courtyards, immersing themselves in the mysterious atmosphere of a distant era. The Nuraghe of Barumini is an essential stop for anyone wishing to explore the ancient roots of Sardinia.

Ancient Ruins

Nuraghe di Barumini

In the inland of Sardinia, the nuragic complex of Barumini is a unique archaeological site that narrates the island’s millennia-old history.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient settlement dating back to the Middle Bronze Age features imposing megalithic towers, a testament to the engineering mastery of the Nuragic civilization. Exploring the site, visitors can admire the towers, circular dwellings, and courtyards, immersing themselves in the mysterious atmosphere of a distant era. The Nuraghe of Barumini is an essential stop for anyone wishing to explore the ancient roots of Sardinia.

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