Monte Siseri Necropolis

Putifigari, Italy

Monte Siseri Necropolis consists of four domus de janas (type of pre-Nuragic chamber tombs found in Sardinia). It contains one of most impressive neolithic age rock drawings in Sardinia. The necropolis is dated to 3200-2600 BCE.


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Putifigari, Italy
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Founded: 3200-2600 BCE
Category: Cemeteries, mausoleums and burial places in Italy


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Arcangelo Farris (5 months ago)
A good lunch in this well-kept farmhouse. Rich starters (the variety of vegetables was much appreciated), truly excellent first courses (handmade fregula with sausage, mushroom ravioli), decent second courses (a good wild boar stew, while the suckling pig was truly forgettable, a shame). House wine, sweet and bitter in the norm. Worth a second visit.
Marco B. (7 months ago)
Dinner with colleagues to eat typical Sardinian food from aperitif to dessert. Very abundant menu, the courses were endless. Friendly, helpful and professional staff. Super value for money. I highly recommend it if you are in the area
Giulia Bellon (9 months ago)
We followed the positive reviews on Google. The road from Alghero center is not as convenient as all the roads to the farmhouses. Classic endless Sardinian farm menu, it was exaggerated and often not typical. Some dishes could have been avoided. Maybe eliminate some non-typical appetizers. Overall kind and a lovely evening!
laura conti (9 months ago)
Very nice place, in Sardinian style. Really excellent typical food, very good house wine. It would take a farm like this for every place you visit to truly taste the flavors of the area. Very well prepared and courteous staff. Definitely a must try!
Maria Giulia Troilo (10 months ago)
We found the restaurant by chance on the internet and based on the good reviews we decided to book. Very kind staff, the owner very helpful and kind even in telling us stories of the place. We are super happy to have dined in this special place, really recommended. Excellent food and really comprehensive menu. Thank you so much for giving us this beautiful
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