We want to share with you a definition of museum in which we believe a lot, so as to understand what a visit to MuA can mean:
It is a place of sharing, learning and education for the community and the community, through events, exhibitions, workshops and courses. It is a space without borders or barriers in which anyone has access to...Read more
On board of our comfortable 4x4 Land Rovers, you explore Sardinia’s most evocative and little known areas. You will cross the valleys and hills of the inland before you get to the white sandy beach of Capo Comino.
You will visit a Neolithic tomb called in Sardinia’s language “Domus de Janas”, “Fairy House”. Later on we will get...Read more
The SILT, a Tourist Services cooperative operating in Sardinia since 1985 and based in Alghero, manages the main archaeological sites of Alghero: the nuragic complex of Palmavera and the necropolis of Anghelu Ruju - sites open every day of the year (except for December 25th) and can be visited with a combined ticket. In addition, the Tetrapods...Read more
Enjoy a unique and fascinating experience in the Asinara National Park. A 3 hours drive from Cagliari through the beautiful Sardinian countryside up to the northwest of the island where we will catch a dinghy or a boat.
With its untouched natural beauty, isolated landscape, rare flora and fauna species, and unique history, this island...Read more
The Necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is one of the most important archaeological sites in Sardinia since it has one of the largest and oldest complex of artificial caves, used by different cultures from 4200 to 1800 BC. about. Discovered casually in 1903 and explored in subsequent excavation campaigns until 1967, the necropolis includes 38 domus de...Read more
In a bay the Romans called the Harbour of the Nymphs, in the extreme northwestern part of Sardinia, there is a village almost four thousand years old, shrouded in legend, among the most important that the Nuragic civilisation left us. The architecture of their construction testifies to the extraordinary skills of the fascinating and mysterious...Read more
The nuragic compound of Lu Brandali consists of a nuraghe with several towers, a village of huts, shelters under the rocks and a giants’ tomb. Inside the huts, the pavements are made of clay, alternated with some traits of rock banks to which each building rests. Besides the wider rooms, suited for longer stays, there are smaller ones, often...Read more
Do you want to taste the authentic flavors of Sardinia in a fun and alternative way in the Olbia area- Then don't miss this guided tour of the cellars. Living the excursion with us will give a touch of originality to keep a unique memory of your holiday. Trust the experience of our guides who will accompany you among the ancient instruments, in...Read more
An extensive wilderness and a site of industrial archaeology at 15 km from Cagliari, within a still-operational plant, combine to tell the story of salt, complete with vintage backdrops, immersive projections and a route encompassing salt pans, mountains of “white gold” and wild fauna. The ticket includes a self guided tour of the...Read more
Porto Flavia is one of the wonders of Sardinia. This monument of extraordinary industrial archeology dominates an enchanting coast, giving visitors a breathtaking view of the thousand shades of blue of the Masua sea and the suggestive Faraglione di Pan di Zucchero, a 133-meter natural monument. A real engineering masterpiece that improved the...Read more