Nuraghe Losa

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Nuraghe Losa
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James L
Stuart, FL99 contributions
Commanding Site Overlooking the Entire Valley
Dec 2019
An excellent site to visit, close to Cagliari. Excellent 30 minute guided tour with Franco. In addition to the description of the Nuraghe, were also treated to an explanation of the difference between green and black olives and the preparation of olive oil. If you have time, the truly more spectacular site is Nuraghe Sant Antinu, about 2 hours north of Cagliari.
Written 21 December 2019
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Eli B
Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
External masonry is beautifully graded and gives a feeling of strength and refuge
May 2019
Visited both which are 40 km apart. Despite the proximity of the road both sites are more atmospheric. The great triangular basalt tower is now gilded with lichen, rises above the splendid defensive wall of the former town with passages going in different directions. The external masonry is beautifully graded and remains a feat of engineering skill of the builders. It gives that feeling of formidable strength and refuge and continued to be used until early medieval period.
Written 18 August 2019
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Les De Q
Utrecht, The Netherlands1,516 contributions
The Nuragic civilization
Oct 2018 • Couples
Amazing opportunity to experience the lost Sardinian Nuragic civilization which dates back to the Bronze Age (1600-1200 BC). It demonstrates amazing skill and building achievements. Nuraghe Losa is a very large example which you are able to walk into and climb through an internal spiral stairway, emerging at the top.
5 euro entrance fee is worth it and allows them to keep the area maintained and secured. Information pamphlets are available in English from the small restaurant/info area.
Written 28 October 2018
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RJoker
Geneva, Switzerland85 contributions
Mysterious buildings of ancient culture
Jul 2018 • Family
The site is very interesting, especially for the people who have never seen such buildings (like us). Built by an ancient culture 3000 years ago, with heavy stones and no "glue" between them – it is surprising that such buildings are still preserved in quite a good shape to amaze modern people. The fact that there is a lot of theories and ideas around this culture and these buildings and no common agreement between scientists makes these monuments mysterious!
Written 31 July 2018
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srinivasan369
Chennai (Madras), India54 contributions
Nuraghe or prehistoric tower
Apr 2018 • Family
"Nuragh"i are quite many in Sardinia. They were towers built with "dry" stones that is, without cement. Inside these people made steps to climb up to the top.
Quite interesting.
Written 3 May 2018
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KrisD_pl
Warsaw, Poland7,046 contributions
Interesting nuraghe just by the main road
Jun 2017 • Couples
We stopped at Nuraghe Losa when crossing the island from east to west. It was hot (over 40 degrees Celsius) in mid-June so a visit was bit tiring, but we liked the place. Ancient complex dating back to 14th century BC. There's a kind of a tower that can be visited inside, some remains of the inner wall with turrets and outer wall. Small leaflet with a bird's eye view photo gives some more picture to the whole place. Entrance costs 5 euros. It's very close to the road SS131, so it makes for a good stop.
Written 26 March 2018
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Live U
Boverbru, Norway29 contributions
Interesting place
Mar 2018 • Friends
Absolutely a place to visit if you want to see and learn about the nuraghes in Sardinia. You can go inside and to the top. There are very good signs in four languages.
Written 22 March 2018
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VAlettah
Moneglia, Italy149 contributions
Well preserved nuragic site
Sep 2017 • Couples
We stopped here on our way from Oristano to Nuoro, and it was a great idea! It is a very well preserved nuragic site, where you can really imagine how these misterious building looked like when they were built. Entrance fee is 5 euros.
There is a museum shop and caffeteria on site.
It worth a visit - you can't leave Sardinia without seeing a nuragic site!
Written 2 October 2017
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Jan_Lelie
Uganda779 contributions
Impressive tower complex
May 2017 • Couples
The strange shape of this complex can be spotted from the highway. It looks like a tower, but is a series of rooms, very cleverly built. At the entrance is a small shop and cafe, good coffee. You enter the excavation through an impressive double gate in the ringwall. The tower itself is slightly higher. It looks nimble, but is hugh. On the inside is a large room, with three separate rooms, one open to the air. Inside is a stair of hall way, circling the room. Fine views. The area is well documented.
Written 15 May 2017
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Charlie S
Victoria, Australia725 contributions
Fascinating construction techniques
Apr 2017 • Friends
The series of chambers and the size of rocks must have been quite a challenge. Interesting that other cultures such as the Romans also used the site at other times.
Written 29 April 2017
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