Nurri is situated between the Sardinian regions Sarcidano and Barbagia of Seulo. There is a high number of valuable churches in this territory, their value has both artistic and architectonic aspects. Saint Michele Church is characterized mostly because of its singular XXVI° century bell tower, which lies isolated in the wide parvis of the church. There are other religious buildings representing a very interesting attraction from a historical and touristic point of view: the rural church of Saint Rosa, which stands next to the Franciscan friary, the Church of Saint Maria Maddalena (fondly called Santa Mariedda), the Church of Saint Luigi Gonzaga, Saint Antonio from Padova, Saint Giovanni Battista.
The touristic offer of Nurri is interesting and varied. The up-built area has some aragonese-gothic churches of 1600. In this territory there are many archaeological treasures: domus de janas, the corridor nuraghes Corongiu 'e Maria and Tànnara, the nuraghe Santu Perdu near to the homonymous country church, and the complex nuraghe Is Cangialis which represents a unique monument for its beautiful position, standing on the upland of Taccu ‘e Nurri, towering above the river Flumendosa Valley, Isili, Nurri and Villanovatulo and the ruins of the ancient Roman town Biora.
In ancient times Nurri was well-known for the production of millstones (sa mola). Nowadays the craftwork sector of wood, iron and stone still drive the economy. Among the Sardinian dairy farming, the shepherds cooperative of Nurri, is one of the most renowned.
Hotel Istellas - Centro Nautico lago Flumendosa
Loc. Pitzu Tuvudu - 08035 - Nurri (CA)
Società Cooperativa agricola
Z.I. Taccu, 08035, Nurri, CA
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