What to See

What to See

The magic of the Territory

Fordongianus and its surroundings offer artistic, natural, environmental, historical treasures ... and much more for those who love to discover the land, people and traditions.

  • What to see: San Lussorio

    What to see: San Lussorio

    Early Christian and Romanesque

    The Church of St. Lussorio is a building built in the XII century in Romanesque - Pisanstyle, perhaps the work of the monks Victorines of Marseille and surrounded by the natural "cumbessias" (small houses for the accommodation of pilgrims).
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  • What to see: Aragonese House

    What to see: Aragonese House

    The Pink Trachyte in the centuries

    The Aragonese House of Fordongianus is aristocratic dwelling dating from the late 1500s, typical of this area of the Campidano. Originally this house also included the adjoining house (still privately owned), with which it was in communication through a feature door at an angle.
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  • What to see: the Baths of Trajan

    What to see: the Baths of Trajan

    Thermal baths for tens of centuries

    The spa complex of Fordongianus is located on the left bank of the river Tirso, not far from where, at one time, was the ancient city of Forum Traiani and consists of two separate establishments. The first of these dates back to the first century A.D. and was used for therapeutic purposes.
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  • What to see: Fordongianus

    What to see: Fordongianus

    The Trachite Red or Fire Stone

    In the valley of the Tirso, in Fordongianus , we find the ancient 'Forum Traiani', in Roman times, the most important city of inner Sardinia, which was headed by the fortified system created to contain the incursions of the barbarians. Remains the spa complex with a swimming pool that still collects the hot water of the thermal spring, the remains of the foundations of buildings and arcades.
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  • Towards Mogoro to discover the Semidano

    Towards Mogoro to discover the Semidano

    Mogoro, Terralba, Arborea and their wines

    Mogoro is a municipality located in the Marmillan hilly region , on a highland, called Su Struvina, which opens at the Monte Arci's foot, of volcanic origin, for this reason, in pre-nuragica it was a important center for the obsidian's manufacture .

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  • Along the west coast between Vermentino and Cannonau

    Along the west coast between Vermentino and Cannonau

    The coast and its wines

    Oristano is located in the Sardinia's center , on the west coast. Known throughout the world for Sartiglia, the famous jousting that takes place every year during Carnival.

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  • Oristano and the hinterland between wine and typical products

    Oristano and the hinterland between wine and typical products

    Not only wine

    Samugheo is located in the heart of the hills Mandrolisai, in an area rich in archaeological finds, among which the Perda Orrubia's nuraghe, the Spelunca Orre's domus de Janas, the ancient Jewish burial places in Pranu 'and Laccos, the giants' tomb Paule Luturu and the Medusa castle's remains , from the Byzantine period, which are located in a rocky gorge carved in marble.

     

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  • Alghero - Among corals and wine

    Alghero - Among corals and wine

    Fifty red shades

    Along the Temo river's banks , the only navigable river in Sardinia, we find Bosa. Thanks to its prime location, the town was inhabited at the Phoenicians' time and later was colonized by the Romans.

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  • The Sulcitano archipelago and its excellences

    The Sulcitano archipelago and its excellences

    S. Antioco and Carloforte between tradition and excellence

    Sardinia is famous worldwide for its crystal clear sea, but worthy of note is its gastronomy, you can count on high-quality products such as the Carloforte's Corsa's bluefin tuna , also exported in the far Japan, and of the S.Antioco's Craft Beer .

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