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Nuraghe Arrubiu

Nuraghe Arrubiu

28.47km from Flumendosa

The Arrubiu nuraghe is a Nuragic complex located in the territory of the municipality of Orroli in the province of Southern Sardinia. It owes its name to the characteristic red color due to the lichens that cover it and is the largest and most complex nuraghe in Sardinia and one of the major proto-historic monuments in all of Western Europe. It is the only premeditated nuraghe present in Sardinia, as well as one of the largest, consisting of a central tower surrounded by five other towers aroun

Grotta Su Marmuri

Grotta Su Marmuri

37.67km from Flumendosa

The cave of Su Marmuri, is located in the territory of the municipality of Ulassai , in the barbaricina subregion of Ogliastra , in central-eastern Sardinia , under the characteristic heel of the town itself, it is considered among the most imposing of Europe. Peculiarities of the cave are the imposing rooms with a very high vault, the numerous calcite concretions , grandiose stalactites , stalagmites and columns.

Porto Giunco ​​Tower

Porto Giunco ​​Tower

40.24km from Flumendosa

The tower of Porto Giunco is a Spanish watchtower located on the eastern side of the promontory of Capo Carbonara, in the territory of Villasimius. It can be reached on foot from the cove of Porto Giunco ​​following a path that winds through the Mediterranean scrub that covers the promontory, or by car from the Capo Carbonara side. The tower is located at a height of about 50 meters above sea level and from its position it dominates the underlying Porto Giunco ​​beach and the Notteri pond.

Cape Carbonara

Cape Carbonara

40.31km from Flumendosa

The Cape Carbonara is a rocky peninsula located in the municipality of Villasimius in the province of South Sardinia south-eastern Sardinia. Six kilometers from the city center and connected to the land by a sandy isthmus, it delimits the Gulf of Cagliari to the east. Its length is approximately 3.5 km and its maximum width is 1.8 km. Sights include the remains of a fortress on the western side, and the beaches Punta Molentis.

Poetto

Poetto

41.96km from Flumendosa

The Poetto is the main beach of Cagliari that stretches for about twelve kilometers, from Sella del Diavolo to the beginning of the coast of Quartu Sant'Elena which is called the Quartu beach. The beach in its extension, which goes from Marina Piccola to Margine Rosso, extends for about seven and a half kilometers between the territory of Cagliari and Quartu Sant'Elena. Poetto is an important tourist resort and one of the main places of summer nightlife in the city and in the vast area.

Parco di Monte Urpinu

Parco di Monte Urpinu

44.33km from Flumendosa

Monte Urpinu is an urban park of Cagliari, which is located in the homonymous district. For centuries dominated by wild nature, inhabited by animals such as foxes, hence the name Urpinu, which in Sardinian means Volpino, in the nineteenth century the owners, the Sanjust di Teulada, planted numerous Aleppo pines. Today the park extends for 350,000 m² with suggestive views over Cagliari and Campidano, the Molentargius pond, and the Poetto beach. Viale Europa runs along the ridge in all its lengt

Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

Parco Naturale Molentargius Saline

44.38km from Flumendosa

The Molentargius-Saline regional natural park is a protected natural area of Sardinia established with regional law n. 5 of February 26, 1999. It is one of the most important wetlands in Europe. The Molentargius pond is recognized in the official lists of wetlands to be protected: it is classified as a Site of Community Importance.

Sella del diavolo

Sella del diavolo

44.61km from Flumendosa

The Sella del Diavolo is the promontory that rises in the southern area of Cagliari and separates the Poetto beach from that of Calamosca. There is a naturalistic and archaeological path that runs along the entire promontory, created thanks to the initiative of the environmental non-profit Group of Legal Intervention and Friends of the Earth.

Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta e Santa Cecilia

The cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and Santa Cecilia is the main place of worship in Cagliari, the mother church of the homonymous metropolitan archdiocese and the parish church of the historic Castello district. The church looks like a combination of different artistic styles and holds seven centuries of historical memories of the city of Cagliari. Built-in the thirteenth century, in Pisan Romanesque style, it was elevated to the rank of cathedral in 1258.

Torre dell'Elefante

Torre dell'Elefante

45.51km from Flumendosa

The Elephant Tower is the second highest medieval tower in Cagliari, after the tower of San Pancrazio. The building, one of the most important monuments of the city, is located in the Castello district next to the church of San Giuseppe and can be reached from via Santa Croce, via Università, and the Cammino Nuovo. The visit to the monument allows you to admire vast views of the city and the surrounding area.

Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria

Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria

45.52km from Flumendosa

The Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria also known as Our Lady of Fair Winds is a Marian title associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary as Star of the Sea and patron of sailboats. In addition, it is first associated with a Roman Catholic shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary located in Cagliari, Sardinia. The Shrine is part of a complex of buildings which include the Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bonaria and the monastery which houses the friars of the Order of the Blessed

Bastione Saint Remy

Bastione Saint Remy

45.56km from Flumendosa

The bastion of Saint Remy is one of the most important fortifications in Cagliari, located in the Castello district. The name derives from the first Piedmontese viceroy, Filippo-Guglielmo Pallavicini, baron of Saint Remy. At the end of the 19th century, it was monumentally transformed into a staircase, surmounted by the triumphal arch, which gives access to a covered walkway and a large panoramic terrace.

Cagliari Cruise Port

Cagliari Cruise Port

46.82km from Flumendosa

The Port of Cagliari lies on the southern shores of the island of Sardinia, a region in Italy. The capital of Sardinia, it is just over 400 kilometers southwest of Rome. It is the island’s main industrial and commercial center, and the port boasts one of the largest container terminals in the Mediterranean Sea. The port is also an important employer in the area, with more than 3,000 employees who provide services to more than 5,500 ships every year.

Su Nuraxi di Barumini

Su Nuraxi di Barumini

52.21km from Flumendosa

Su Nuraxi is a nuragic archaeological site in Barumini, Sardinia, Italy. Su Nuraxi simply means "The Nuraghe" in Campidanese, the southern variant of the Sardinian language. Su Nuraxi is a settlement consisting of a seventeenth-century BCE Nuraghe, a bastion of four corner towers plus a central one, and a village inhabited from the thirteenth to the sixth century BCE, developed around the Nuraghe.

Arbatax

Arbatax

52.93km from Flumendosa

Arbatax is the only hamlet in the municipality of Tortolì , in the province of Nuoro , home to the port. Today, the economy is focused on tourism and industry. Arbatax is home to a factory dedicated to the building of oil platforms, controlled by the Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem.

Campidano

Campidano

55.16km from Flumendosa

The Campidano is the largest plains of Sardinia, located in the southwestern portion of the island, approximately between 40 ° and 39 ° of latitude north and 8 ° 30 'and 9 ° of longitude east. From a geological point of view, it is a rift valley composed of a system of extending faults that have caused the sinking of a part of the earth's crust.

Punta La Marmora

Punta La Marmora

58.5km from Flumendosa

Punta La Marmora is Sardinia's highpoint and belongs to the Gennargentu Mountain Range. It consists of several smooth ridges - resembling Scotland's highlands - which alone in winter get a share of the island's snowfall. Punta La Marmora is situated just east of the approximate center of Sardinia and the summit offers good views of the entire island. On a clear day, most of the coastline and all the surrounding peaks are visible.

Tomba dei Giganti

Tomba dei Giganti

58.71km from Flumendosa

The tombs of the giants are monuments made up of collective tombs belonging to the Nuragic age and present throughout Sardinia. The name, born from the popular imagination, was assimilated by archaeologists who often prefer the name "tombs of giants". They are imposing constructions with a rectangular apse base, built with large blocks of stone planted in the ground.

Sini, Sardinia

Sini, Sardinia

61.69km from Flumendosa

The Sinis is a peninsula of the Sardinian west-central located between the Bay of Is Arenas in the north, and the Gulf of Oristano in the south. In the sea to the west of the peninsula is the island of Mal di Ventre and the Scoglio del Catalano. The coast is rocky in the southern part around San Giovanni di Sinis, proceeding northwards it first becomes sandy then, proceeding further north, it is characterized by high cliffs up to Capo Mannu.

Nora

Nora

69.52km from Flumendosa

Nora, an ancient site about 22 miles southwest of Cagliari on the island of Sardinia. Although tradition ascribes its foundation to Iberians from Tartessus, the site, which lies on a triangular promontory ending in a steep cliff, is characteristically Phoenician. The ruins stand in an enchanting setting, overlooking a wide bay with its sandy shore lapped by a crystal clear sea.

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Flumendosa

Flumendosa

Flumendosa, South Sardinia, Italy

The Flumendosa is a river that flows in central-southern Sardinia. With a length of 127 km it is the second river in Sardinia after the Tirso, but first for average annual flow at the mouth. The river was called Saeprus by the Romans. The Flumendosa and its tributaries are regulated by the numerous basins, which contribute to always maintaining a constant flow. Its path is blocked at two different points by massive dams.