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Archaeological area of Nora Experience Ticket

Archaeological area of Nora Experience Ticket - Pula, Italy

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Pula, Italy

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$6.95

Nora is commonly known as the city founded by the Phoenicians. The toponym sinks in the legend: the ancient Greek writer Pausania, in fact, claimed that the term '' Nora '' derived from the hero Norace, at the head of the Iberians and coming from the mythical city of Tartessus ... More info ›

Nora is commonly known as the city founded by the Phoenicians. The toponym sinks in the legend: the ancient Greek writer Pausania, in fact, claimed that the term '' Nora '' derived from the hero Norace, at the head of the Iberians and coming from the mythical city of Tartessus. Even the later writer Solino confirmed this thesis, arguing that '' Norace was given the name of Nora ''.

Visit: Area Archeologica di Nora

Extensive on a peninsula projected on the sea that closes the Gulf of Cagliari to the south-west, immersed in a valuable landscape and environmental framework, the archaeological area of Nora offers visitors a city that has crossed the time, from the Phoenicians to the Romans, witnessed by the monumental ruins of temples, baths, mosaic houses, a forum and the only Roman theater on the island. A site in which to experience an extraordinary cultural and environmental experience immersed in a unique context. The blue sea that bathes one of the most suggestive beaches of Sardinia, the shallow and crystalline waters, the ancient ruins, the bay dominated by the Tower of Coltellazzo, the unmistakable historical charm of ancient places but accessible thanks to quality services and wide spaces stop and refreshment.
Nora is the ancient city founded by the most accessible navigators of the Mediterranean.
Come and visit it!

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Hiking deep into the valley's of the Seven Brothers National Park in Cagliari

Hiking deep into the valley's of the Seven Brothers National Park in Cagliari - Burcei, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Burcei, Italy

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$34.75

During our hike, we will follow a river bed under thick vegetation and encounter an abundance of native flora and fauna: strawberry trees, myrtle, heather, junipers, alder and holm oaks are also the setting for possible encounters with wild deer, mouflons (wild goats), wild boars, rabbits and martens.
At the top of the hills where the vegetation is more sparse, we'll walk over rock formations with bizarre shapes, spot golden eagles, peregrine falcons and the exemplary Sardinian goshawks, a bird of prey native to Sardinia ... More info ›

During our hike, we will follow a river bed under thick vegetation and encounter an abundance of native flora and fauna: strawberry trees, myrtle, heather, junipers, alder and holm oaks are also the setting for possible encounters with wild deer, mouflons (wild goats), wild boars, rabbits and martens.
At the top of the hills where the vegetation is more sparse, we'll walk over rock formations with bizarre shapes, spot golden eagles, peregrine falcons and the exemplary Sardinian goshawks, a bird of prey native to Sardinia.
At the end of our hike we'll relax and enjoy a small picnic and you will have the chance to visit the botanical gardens nestled within the park where you'll get to see some captive deer close up.

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Stop At: Parco Naturale Regionale dei Sette Fratelli, Burcei, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

This experience will take us deep into the valley's of the Seven Brothers National Park, crisscrossed with many hiking paths that are well maintained by the park rangers (Forestale) and offer routes for almost every skill level.The park is only 40-minute drive from Central Cagliari.

Duration: 3 hours

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Una passeggiata nella Cagliari antica con degustazione al mercato

Una passeggiata nella Cagliari antica con degustazione al mercato - Cagliari, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cagliari, Italy

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$63.72

Visitare la città con un local ha i suoi vantaggi: in poco tempo vi mostrerà gli angoli e le strade più suggestive della Cagliari antica e le scorciatoie che collegano il quartiere Castello al mercato, passando da Villanova che ha tutta l'aria di essere un paese.
Al mercato ci attenderà una persona speciale che vi farà provare un piccolo aperitivo sardo di classe!

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Stop At: Quartiere Castello, Cagliari, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

Scoprirete gli angoli più suggestivi del quartiere, i suoi bastioni, le strade strette, le mura e le torri. Incontrerete un artista del quartiere che ha scelto questo "borgo" come fonte di ispirazione per la sua arte

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: San Benedetto market, Cagliari, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

Al mercato passeggerete nel reparto più affollato, tra tante varietà di pesce, pane, carne ... More info ›

Visitare la città con un local ha i suoi vantaggi: in poco tempo vi mostrerà gli angoli e le strade più suggestive della Cagliari antica e le scorciatoie che collegano il quartiere Castello al mercato, passando da Villanova che ha tutta l'aria di essere un paese.
Al mercato ci attenderà una persona speciale che vi farà provare un piccolo aperitivo sardo di classe!

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Stop At: Quartiere Castello, Cagliari, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

Scoprirete gli angoli più suggestivi del quartiere, i suoi bastioni, le strade strette, le mura e le torri. Incontrerete un artista del quartiere che ha scelto questo "borgo" come fonte di ispirazione per la sua arte

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: San Benedetto market, Cagliari, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

Al mercato passeggerete nel reparto più affollato, tra tante varietà di pesce, pane, carne. Sarete rapiti dalle voci, dai colori e soprattutto avvolti dai mille profumi.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Quartiere Villanova, Cagliari, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

Passeggeremo nelle viuzze del quartiere Villanova per raggiungere il mercato e per respirare un pò di aria tranquilla lontana dal frastuono del centro

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San Sperate Art village: Sciola, murales, scultori

San Sperate Art village: Sciola, murales, scultori - San Sperate, Italy

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: San Sperate, Italy

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$75.30

Viaggiare insieme ai locali è ciò che permette di conoscere un luogo più nel profondo e in maniera autentica.
Quest'esperienza è più un viaggio che una semplice escursione perché non visitiamo solo dei posti fantastici e unici, ma avete la possibilità di conoscere delle persone che abitano e lavorano qui, parlando e confrontandovi con loro.

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Stop At: San Sperate Art Village, San Sperate, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

A San Sperate si visita il Giardino Sonoro di Pinuccio Sciola dove le sue famose pietre sonore sono circondate dal verde e dagli alberi di arance ... More info ›

Viaggiare insieme ai locali è ciò che permette di conoscere un luogo più nel profondo e in maniera autentica.
Quest'esperienza è più un viaggio che una semplice escursione perché non visitiamo solo dei posti fantastici e unici, ma avete la possibilità di conoscere delle persone che abitano e lavorano qui, parlando e confrontandovi con loro.

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Stop At: San Sperate Art Village, San Sperate, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

A San Sperate si visita il Giardino Sonoro di Pinuccio Sciola dove le sue famose pietre sonore sono circondate dal verde e dagli alberi di arance. Fatevi incantare dalla bellezza di queste sculture e dai loro suoni della natura.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: San Sperate Art Village, San Sperate, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

San Sperate, paese d'arte, è anche famosa per i suoi tanti e colorati musei che decorano e rallegrano le sue vie.
Una passeggiata è obbligatoria e ci conduce in un laboratorio di un artigiano scultore e artista visionario che dona movimento alle pietre

Duration: 2 hours

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Saline Conti Vecchi e incontro di un artigiano

Saline Conti Vecchi e incontro di un artigiano - Assemini, Italy

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Assemini, Italy

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$75.30

Le Saline Conti Vecchi sono una realtà unica in Italia: museo all'avanguardia e al tempo stesso industria attiva. Sono circondate da uno scenario affascinante: da una parte una natura di infinita bellezza, dall'altra un disastro industriale che testimoniano le scelte sbagliate dei politici di allora.
La storia del sale è lunga e interessante...
In questo viaggio puoi conoscere una persona che ha vissuto quel luogo da sempre: la sua manualità e i suoi racconti rendono questa esperienza unica!

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Stop At: Saline Conti Vecchi, Assemini, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

A una piccola distanza da Cagliari si trovano le Saline Conti Vecchi, la seconda industria del sale più importante in Italia creata nella prima metà del 1900: questo è un viaggio nella Cagliari e Sardegna del secolo scorso tra guerra, fame, povertà e i diversi tentativi di industrializzazione dell'isola.
Grazie al lavoro di ristrutturazione del FAI visitate le vecchie officine, gli uffici e i laboratori ... More info ›

Le Saline Conti Vecchi sono una realtà unica in Italia: museo all'avanguardia e al tempo stesso industria attiva. Sono circondate da uno scenario affascinante: da una parte una natura di infinita bellezza, dall'altra un disastro industriale che testimoniano le scelte sbagliate dei politici di allora.
La storia del sale è lunga e interessante...
In questo viaggio puoi conoscere una persona che ha vissuto quel luogo da sempre: la sua manualità e i suoi racconti rendono questa esperienza unica!

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Stop At: Saline Conti Vecchi, Assemini, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

A una piccola distanza da Cagliari si trovano le Saline Conti Vecchi, la seconda industria del sale più importante in Italia creata nella prima metà del 1900: questo è un viaggio nella Cagliari e Sardegna del secolo scorso tra guerra, fame, povertà e i diversi tentativi di industrializzazione dell'isola.
Grazie al lavoro di ristrutturazione del FAI visitate le vecchie officine, gli uffici e i laboratori. Accompagnati da una guida è previsto un giro col trenino nell'ampia laguna tra montagne bianche di sale e fenicotteri per ammirare la natura circostante e capire come si forma il sale.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Santa Vittoria Centro Escursioni, Capoterra, Province of Cagliari, Sardinia

A Capoterra vive e lavora Sig. Mario. Amico e artigiano lavora i rami delle piante sarde per creare cesti, nasse e lampadari unendo la tradizione all'arte.
Mario si mostra all'opera e racconta affascinanti storie del passato.


Duration: 1 hour

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Porto Flavia

Porto Flavia - Domus de Maria, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Domus de Maria, Italy

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$86.88

The Masua hub was a complex of several mining operations in the Sulcis area, a region of Sardinia rich in coal, sulphur, barium, zinc, lead, silver and other metals. Extraction began in 1600, but became economically relevant only in the early 1900s when the mining business in the whole region experienced a quick expansion ... More info ›

The Masua hub was a complex of several mining operations in the Sulcis area, a region of Sardinia rich in coal, sulphur, barium, zinc, lead, silver and other metals. Extraction began in 1600, but became economically relevant only in the early 1900s when the mining business in the whole region experienced a quick expansion. The extraction, especially of the coal caves, was operated on a low-technology basis until the early 20th century. Since the late 1800s metal-gathering enjoyed more modern techniques, as it was controlled mostly by rich north-European corporations more willing to commit money in improving the mining efficiency. In 1922, the Masua mines were acquired by the Belgian Vieille Montagne Company, and exploitation increased with the growing need for zinc and lead for reconstruction after World War I as well as because of technological advance in steel alloys.

We'll see how a special crew of miners expert in explosives and rock climbing was assembled. They worked in shifts, day and night, to complete the excavations in record time. Despite safety measures being practically ignored to speed up work, no casualties were reported in the building phase. Because the tunnel was without angles or trenches, the usual technique for dynamite-drilling was impossible (the crew used those angles and trenches as shelter while blowing up charges just a few meters away). Instead, small cavities were excavated at regular distances to allow the workers to gain cover after igniting explosives. They are still visible in the guided tour. The workers began drilling the upper gallery, 37 metres (121 ft) above sea-level, with dynamite and mechanical drills (many mines at the time mostly used pickaxes) until they reached the sea. They then hung from ropes and began drilling the lower tunnel from the cliff-face, 16 metres (52 ft) above sea-level, going the opposite direction under the upper gallery. This way, they could dump the removed rocks directly into the sea. Finally, the reservoirs were excavated by creating holes in the basaltic rock, starting from the bottom of the cavities and going up. This again eased the removal of rubble, although this procedure was very dangerous. Each storage reservoir was 4 to 8 metres (13 to 26 ft) in diameter and 20 metres (66 ft) high. Venting holes were opened on the side of the galleries. Mechanical iron hatches were installed, along with the electric railway into the upper tunnel. The train brought the ore to the loading hatches of the reservoirs, while in the lower tunnel the unloading hatches fed the ore to the conveyor belt leading to the ships. The belt was covered with a steel casing to prevent the wind blowing away zinc oxide powder. It was extensible, and retracted after a load was delivered to the ship's hold. The main conveyor belt featured an innovative movable alignment system, designed to reduce the risk of the belt escaping the driving wheels under the pressure of the falling ore. The main belt dumped the ore on the slightly lower extensible conveyor belt, which could be protruded for 15 metres (49 ft) and channeled the ore powder into a vertical shaft going to the hold of a moored ship. Construction took only two years, ending in 1924, a remarkably short period of time for a work of that size. The ends of the tunnels facing the sea were adorned with concrete towers and decorative nameplates. They were not necessary to the operation, but were asked to be constructed by the owner of the company as a mark of prestige. Vecelli's daughter, Flavia, was born earlier in 1924 and the engineer obtained from the company to name the harbor after her.
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