Sinis’ Peninsula Protected Natural Area supports many interesting and rare habitats with a constantly changing kaleidoscope of natural wonders, making the experience very rewarding for naturalists and wildlife photographers. It’s also an ancient land enclosing ruins and archeological sites from all eras. Our highly knowledgeable guides are here to show you Sinis’ many cultural and natural secrets.
The Nuragic complex of Su Uraki is located near San Vero Milis, where some tombs dating back to that period have been found. The statuettes discovered from the funerary objects testify to the cult of the god Toro and of the Mother goddess. In the territory, there are also many sites of the pre-Nuragic era.
The arrival of the Phoenicians on the island led to the foundation of the city of Tharros which, later, came under the dominion of the Carthaginians first and then of the Romans.
With the Spanish conquest, the period of construction of the coastal towers began, which were used to stem the barbarian incursions. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the works for the reclamation of the marshes began, which allowed the reclaimed lands to be used for specialized agriculture.
Sardinia, and the province of Oristano in particular, is characterized by the presence of several important archaeological sites.