- 1 hour 30 minutes (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Nora is commonly known as the city founded by the Phoenicians. The toponym sinks in the legend: the ancient Greek writer Pausania, in fact, claimed that the term '' Nora '' derived from the hero Norace, at the head of the Iberians and coming from the mythical city of Tartessus. Even the later writer Solino confirmed this thesis, arguing that '' Norace was given the name of Nora ''.
- Entry/Admission - Area Archeologica di Nora
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Sud west located Cagliari area.
From October 25th to February 15th: Everyday 10am to 4.30pm From February 16th to March 30th: Everyday 10am to 5pm From March 31th to September 30th: Everyday 10am to 6.30pm From October 1th to October: Everyday 10am to 5.30pm
Visit: Area Archeologica di Nora, 09010, Pula, Sardinia Italy
Extensive on a peninsula projected on the sea that closes the Gulf of Cagliari to the south-west, immersed in a valuable landscape and environmental framework, the archaeological area of Nora offers visitors a city that has crossed the time, from the Phoenicians to the Romans, witnessed by the monumental ruins of temples, baths, mosaic houses, a forum and the only Roman theater on the island. A site in which to experience an extraordinary cultural and environmental experience immersed in a unique context. The blue sea that bathes one of the most suggestive beaches of Sardinia, the shallow and crystalline waters, the ancient ruins, the bay dominated by the Tower of Coltellazzo, the unmistakable historical charm of ancient places but accessible thanks to quality services and wide spaces stop and refreshment.
Nora is the ancient city founded by the most accessible navigators of the Mediterranean.
Come and visit it!
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Professional guide
- Departure every 30 minutes
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.