Nuraghe Di PalmaveraCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
Driving few kilometers away from Alghero and moving to the road leading to Porto Conte, the way will lead you to a 3500 year old village, popularly named as Nuraghic village. Walk around the village and at the center you will find the remaining of the castle that is surrounded by 50 other circular huts. The huts have almost collapsed with time. You might require stooping down a bit in order to enter the palace. Inside, there is a corridor that leads to the main tower. The remaining of the interior portion of the palace will make you realize that the construction was deliberately done in this way in order to work it as defensive measure. Among the surrounding huts, the one that stand out is known as Capanna delle Riuioni. It was believed that this hut was the meeting place of the elders.
- The education tour takes around one hour and a half.
- Wear comfortable shoes as you need to walk a lot.
- You can carry drinking water along with yourself.
- Entrance + guided tour - 5€.
- Educational tour - 4€.
- The mentioned hours are for summer season.
- Winter Hours: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
- By Car
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95% of people who visit Alghero include Nuraghe Di Palmavera in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
66.67% of people start their Nuraghe Di Palmavera visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Nuraghe Di Palmavera
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nuraghe Di Palmavera
One of the best historical sites I've visited. And I've seen more than a few. To stand in a room from the Bronze Age in the main tower was incredible.
The sightseeing points are pretty limited. After all, the signage and route guidance could be improved.
Nice ruins, need to pay now to visit the site. There also is a posability to use the toilet and get something to drink or eat.
Very well preserved two ancient towers with roofs and with surranding ruins of village. I have no comparison to other ones but this Nuraghe is very interesting. You can imagine very well how Bronze age village looks like.
Impressive nuraghi, not sure if it's worth the 5 euro for the visit though