|From Borore, head towards the SS131. At the big junction and flyover, take the first left, signposted to Flor Mirko (nursery / garden centre) and head south on the old main road.
The tomba is signposted from this road and its turn is directly opposite Flor Mirko - as you turn, there's a farmyard infront, and the track you want goes to the left.
We drove cautiously on for about 300m, and then spotted the stele in the corner of a field on a S bend ahead. There's a track to pull into / turn round in just before the first corner, and a similar space opposite the second.
And what a stele! Broken vertically. Has it been intact, it would probably be among the largest on the island. It's 3.8m high, and the remaining part is 1.9m wide - originally about 4m wide.
The tomba is right up against the field/road boundary, and the left hand side of the esedra is almost non-existant because of this.
The body of the tomba runs parallel to the boundary and there are 9 of the original 12 side stones still in place, half buried in the long grass, forming a corridor 8.8m x 1.2m.
As we visited, the local farmer appeared to clear the field of sheep and gave us a friendly wave.
This post appears as part of the weblog entry Second Sardinian Adventure - Day 1
Posted by sals
14th May 2008ce
Edited 14th May 2008ce