From neolithic to the bronze age
Of all the regions of Italy, Sardinia boasts the most archaeological sites, a historical consequence of the fact that its rich soils and mineral abundance have attracted human settlement since prehistoric times.
Below, we want to introduce you to some of the most representative sites of the island, built before and during the most important age in Sardinian history, the Nuragic period (18th century BCE to 268 BCE).
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Domus de Janas
Tomb of Giants
Phoenician-Punic and Roman period
Sardinia also features extensive Phoenician-Punic and Roman ruins, the traces of settlements that arose after the 9th century BCE. They are found mostly in the western and southwestern areas of the island, due to the fertile soil of the Campidano plain.