It takes its name from the dwarf palmette, typical of the Mediterranean scrub and which grows within the archaeological site. The Nuragic Village of Palmavera is one of the most significant monuments of the ancient megalithic cultures of the western Mediterranean. It is one of the most important and fascinating sites that the Nuragic civilization built on the island and which falls fully within the context of the more than 8,000 nuraghes scattered throughout Sardinia. Built during three phases, the oldest structures are dated to the 15th century BC. while the end of the village dates back to the 8th century BC, when a violent fire caused its destruction.
Address: SS 127 bis km 45, 07041 Alghero https://goo.gl/maps/xzBpgzyEPSrwijV36
Opening: all year around except Christmas
From November to March : 10.00 – 2.00pm
From April to October: 9.00 – 6.00pm
From May to September: 9.00 – 4.00pm
Prices: € 5,00 single tkt
Reduction: € 4,00
Bundle Tkt (Necropoli and Nuraghe Palmavera): € 8,00
Bundle reduction tkt (Necropoli+Palmavera): € 6,00
Audio-guide: € 3,00 (multilanguage speaker).
You can book a guided tour at the extra cost of 2,00€ per person. Call us at +39 3294385947
Over 8,000 nuraghes scattered throughout Sardinia, buildings that defy time, among the most significant monuments of the ancient megalithic cultures of the western Mediterranean.
And the Nuragic village of Palmavera fits perfectly into this context, presenting itself as one of the most important and significant sites that the Nuragic civilization has built on the island.
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