Punic-Roman ruins of Nora

 

A tour on the south-west coast that will lead us to discover the Punic-Roman city of Nora, the place where the first evidence of the name “Sardinia” was found. Let yourself be enchanted by the ancient Roman ruins surrounded by a clear and crystalline sea. Learn how the city has stratified since its first Phoenician foundation in the 8th century. B.C. until the fall of the Roman Empire, becoming an enviable commercial hub with a population of up to 8000 inhabitants. The forum square, the theater, the enchanting mosaics, the thermal baths, the Temple of Tanit, and much more make Nora a magical place.

– Tour half day: about 4 hours
– Departure: Cagliari
– € 60,00 per person

The price includes:

  • entrance ticket to the archaeological area of ​​Nora
  • transfer by minibus to and from Cagliari (hotel / B & B pick up)
  • accompaniment of a certified tourist guide

During the journey we will be able to admire the fantastic pink flamingos present in the pond of Santa Gilla, the beach of Nora and the famous Romanesque church of Sant’Efisio Martire.

The tour is available on any day, with reservation, in Italian, Spanish and English.
Children under 12: 30% reduction.

Equipment: comfortable shoes, hat and water are recommended.