Nuragic village of Tiscali
Tiscali, one of the island's most marvellous archaeological sites, is a village dating from the Nuragic era (2-1C BCE) on Mount Tiscali (alt. 515m/1,690ft). After an hour's climb up an old mining track, it appears spectacularly located in a grotto whose vault has collapsed. The last rampart of the local population in their bid to resist the Romans, Tiscalia has preserved remains of its stone and mud Nuragic huts.