While Sardinia doesn't lack Nuraghi to visit, the Nuraghi Majori is extra special because it would certainly appeal to...
While Sardinia doesn't lack Nuraghi to visit, the Nuraghi Majori is extra special because it would certainly appeal to couples with young children. There's a small entrance fee. Brochures are supplied in multiple languages. Visitors are given a large flashlight in order to see the interior. It doesn't take long to visit the two-story stone structure. The view up top is a great photo op. Children will adore the fact that there are bats in the largest room. While it's discouraged to shine the flashlight on them, it's a great way to see these cute, tiny creatures in the wild (and to get a whiff of bat guano).There's a small, cute gift shop and clean mens and ladies toilets. The road to this nuraghi isn't paved (potholes galore) but it's not far from the main mountain road of Tempio Pausania.