Take part in a tour with transfer from Cagliari to discover one of the most important archaeological sites in Sardinia: the Nuraghe 'Su Nuraxi' in Barumini, in the south of the island, recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
A symbol of the ancient Nuragic civilisation, which developed between the 2nd and 1st millennium B.C., the majestic megalithic construction is one of the largest and most famous on the island, boasting the primacy of being the first Nuragic evidence to be investigated by a scientific archaeological excavation. You will then visit the Casa Zapata Museum, divided into three sections: archaeological, historical and ethnographic, always accompanied by an expert guide who will tell you stories and anecdotes.
The tour is unfortunately not accessible to people with walking difficulties and wheelchair users, nor to those suffering from claustrophobia.
There is a bar service near the two sites.