Necropolis and Nuraghi

The archaeological heritage of the Arzachena area can be considered among the most interesting in Sardinia, for the density of monuments in relation to the size of the municipal territory; for their variety (funerary and cultic circles, rock shelters, funerary tafoni, dolmens, nuraghi megalithic defensive walls and fortified villas, nuragic temples); and for the abundance of scientific data that the excavations carried out since 1939 have provided archaeologists, offering new insights into Sardinian prehistory in general and Gallura in particular.