|The Santa Cristina complex is right longside the SS131, just south of Paulilitino. Entry costs 5 euros for adults, and there's a cafe and bar, and souvenirs on sale, clean toilets and ample parking.
It's open from 08:30 to 22:30 (or 21:00 in the winter).
There are 3 main elements:
The centre is a Christian village, with families living in the long low buildings and a quaint church on the village square.
The most important elements though, are the holy well to the north, and the nuraghic village to the south.
There are two menhirs alongside the path to the village, and an impressive hut at a short distance from the main part of the village which is grouped around the base of the nuraghe. One of the huts here is a massive 14m long, and its interior shows the same construction style as a tomba di gigante.
This post appears as part of the weblog entry Sardinia 2 - day trip 2
Posted by sals
14th May 2008ce
Edited 17th May 2008ce