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The second-largest island of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is an exotic paradise, perfect to visit from early spring to early fall, when everything is bright and full of authentic flavors. This is an island of contrasting lifestyles, with a rich Catalan legacy mixing with African influence by proximity. From Cagliari to Sassari, from Bosa to Olbia, the island welcomes you with traditional Italian hospitality, and a wealth of things to see and do.

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Nuraghe Sceri

Nuraghe Sceri

Locals' Pick Archeological history

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You can find Nuraghe all over Sardinia, but this spot has always been my favourite, away from the crowds this little Nuraghe is tucked away and has the most beautiful, peaceful atmosphere, you can climb up the inside of the Nuraghe to see the views of the surrounding valley.

Archeological history Editors' Note

Nuraghe Sceri is located in an area with abundant traces from the Neolithic era, revealed during excavations in 1994, and 2003. To reach the area, take SS 198 from Ilbono towards Tortolì, and turn right after 5 km, before reaching the road to Baunuxi.

Follow the signs to Nuraghe Sceri, until you see a gate, which is open during visitation hours.The nuraghi complex boasts several circular huts, and an impressive dolmen complex, situated on a granite rampart.

Nuraghe Sceri
Ilbono, Sardinia
Daily: 9:00-12; 16:00-20:00