|This site is about 9km north west of Dorgali, and is on the SP38. It's run by the Ghivine Cooperative www.ghivine.com who can arrange guided tours of the archaeology and natural features of the area.
There's plenty of parking; there's a cafe - food, drinks, souvenirs, clean toilets - right next door and associated with the site.
Tickets are 6 euros for adults (kids 2½ I think) and it is open 09:00 - 13:00 and 15:00 - 19:00.
From the ticket office it's about 500 metres to the gate to the site, along a flat paved path.
The site is a nuraghic village, excavated from 1936, but with 3 temple buildings worth listing separately.
This post appears as part of the weblog entry Sardinia: day trip 2 - going south
Posted by sals
30th September 2007ce
Edited 3rd October 2007ce