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Make sure you either go on a guided tour of get good directions because after walking around for an hour we still missed it. Our directions were flawed and we were sent off the wrong way. Too exhausted to carry on we decided we would...More
Being the longest Tomba on the island, with impressive views on both the vinyards and the nearby castle and also with an explanationsign to get a better understandig of burial rites in the early bronze age, the development of the tomba, , the difference in...More
Worth a visit as part of a combination with the "La Prisgiona" at the top of the hill (separate review). You can walk between the two, but it's a long walk!
A nice guided tour was provided which explained the history and the discovery of...More
It's easy to appreciate what these people achieved in their lifetimes. I thought it had an energy and really enjoyed the visit. There were not many people at all and so we just walked and walked in fact almost to the top.... The view were...More
Although it was a damp cold day in early March and as touring Sardinia we had yet to see a Nuraghe, we thought we would go to look at one before we crossed to Corsica. It was well worth it. First we stopped at Tomba...More
Following the flood in 2013, the small bridge near the airport giving you access from Oblia is still unusable by motor vehicle. However, all the signage neglects to mention that and you will find yourself going round in circles. You will need to get on...More
Sad to say, because actually it's mega-old, we were somewhat underwhelmed by this. Probably because we'd seen a professional photo of it beforehand which looked as if it is absolutely stonkingly huge ... and in fact it isn't at all. The "doorway" into the tomb,...More