FROM CUGLIERI TO PAULILATINO AND SEDILO
This is a varied and structured itinerary,
including a large detour that from Cuglieri leads
to Paulilatino and later to Sedilo.
In Cuglieri the visitor must not miss the church
of St. Maria della Neve, Mt. Ferru, the
archaeological excavations of Cornus and the
beautiful seaside of St. Caterina di Pittinurri.
Santu Lussurgiu, not far from Cuglieri, offers the
possibility of visiting the museum of the Farming
Techniques and the park, with the church of St.
Leonardo di Siete Fuentes. Going via Bonarcado,
one reaches Paulilatino and the religious and
nuraghic village of St. Cristina.
The main detour from the itinerary leads the
visitor first from Paulilatino to Abbasanta
(standing on the plateau bearing the same name),
where a visit to the nuraghe Losa is a must; then
to Ghilarza (to visit the church of S. Palmerio,
the Aragonese tower, the lake Omodeo, the church
of S. Pietro in Zuri, the river Tirso); to
Tadasuni, in order to visit the museum of the
Sardinian Musical Instruments; and last, but not
least to Sedilo to admire the beautiful small
church of St. Costantino (where a festival and a spectucalar horses race are
celebrated each July).