Opening hours

Everyday from 8:30 AM until dusk


FREE OF CHARGE: from 0 to 5 years
REDUCED PRICE (€ 3,00): from 6 to 13 years
FULL PRICE (€ 7,00): from 14 years and older
for groups over 20 people (starting from 14 years and older)

Tickets can be purchased at the park


Thanks to your purchase you will contribute to the maintenance of the park

The Archaeological Park of Santa Cristina

Along a well-defined path we find several settlements dating back to different eras, of which the nuragic village is part and where the single-tower nuraghe emerges. But before arriving at the nuragic village you will come across the Christian village made up of beautiful muristenes (pilgrimage houses for novenas) which frame the large novenary square.

Sacred Well

Magic, Mistery, Energy

Christian Village

Faith, Sacredness, Legends

Nuragic Village

Charm, History, Culture

Guided tours

scheduled every 1 hour...

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Pozzo club

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You can visit the park whenever you want for a whole year with many advantages!

Astronomical events

The Equinoxes

In September and in March on the occasion of the equinoxes
the sun perfectly lights up the bottom of the well, until it touches the water, passing through the stairwell.

The Greater Lunistice

Every 18.6 years, during the period of greater lunistice, the moonlight reaches the mirror of water reflecting perpendicularly through the hole of about 30 cm of the tholos chamber.

About us...

The park is in an excellent position for those traveling on the ss 131. It features an archaeological site with a well and nuraghe of Santa Cristina, ruins of Nuragic Sardinia. The bar which also includes a tourist shop is very welcoming and has a helpful and smiling service. I highly recommend stopping by them!!
Sara / Google
Easily accessible from the ss. 131, located in a beautiful wooded park that includes a sacred well, a nuragic village and the rural novenary of S. Cristina. It can be visited independently or with a guide, at any time of the year. It is one of the most beautiful and well-kept sacred wells in the area.
Franca / Google
As a Sardinian, I am ashamed not to have visited it before and to have discovered it almost by chance. It is worth a visit, a magical place that takes you back thousands of years, still full of mysticism and above all of culture.
Gianni / Facebook
A suggestive and interesting place to visit. The guided tours are excellent.
Andrea / Facebook