The well temple of Santa Cristina (XII century b.C.) is one of the most important exemples of religious and building evidence of the Nuragic period. It consists of a Dromos (vestibule) and a stonestaircase which leads to an hypogeic "tholos"room. The temple is surrounded by a perimetral wall (themenos).
We will drive for about an hour from Cagliari to the area of the Sacred Well, where a local guide will lead us to visit the well temple, and also the Christian Village where the small Medievalruralchurch of Santa Cristina, built by the Camaldolese Monks, is located.About 50 mt. far from the church, along a path, we will get to the beautifulNuraghe of Santa Cristina (XVI century b.C.), a simplecircular Nuragicstone tower.
After the tour of the Nuragic site ofSanta Cristina, ina 20 minute drive we will get to Cabras, home of the stoneGiants of Monti Prama, that we will visit atthe localarchaeologicalmuseum.
This excursion will take about 9 hours, including transportation. We will stop for a sandwich or a restaurant (mealnot included).