Lose yourself in the atmosphere of the hamlet of Tratalias, among ancient rituals, craft shops and architecture from the past. At only 2km from the Sirimagus holiday farm, the church of old Tratalias shows itself in all its beauty in the centre of the square in the small hamlet.
Sant'Antioco, with its 109 km2 is the biggest Sardinian island. It is connected to the mainland by an artificial isthmus which substituted the ancient bridge, probably of Punic origin, later improved by the Romans, and still present on the right hand side of the road.
On the island of Sant'Antioco, you will find the town of the same name, the most populated town, and the first one to welcome those arriving on the island, and that of Calasetta which is in the north west of the island.
When you arrive at Porto Pino you'll be mesmerized by the colour of the water, which varies from turquoise to crystal clear, and the first thing you'll do is to kick off your flip flops to walk on the stretch of white sand that separates you from the sea. A unique emotion especially for those of you who aren't used to having the sea at a stone's throw from home.
The mining industry went hand in hand with the development of the Sulcis Iglesiente territory from 1800 to 1980. Today it is easy to see the signs of its past, large buildings, galleries and digs that have changed the countryside and represent the history and mining traditions of the area.
Let's carry on with our chapter on travel advice for a holiday in Sardinia. Today we're going to discover the Seruci Nuraghe.
At the top of a hill dominating the countryside of Gonnesa and the coastline of Portoscuso is the nuraghe complex of Seruci. The archaeological site covers 6 hectares of land and is made up of a nuraghe (possibly five-lobed), a bulwark, a village with over a hundred huts and at least one tomb of the giants.
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