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Vivere la campagna

Thermae of Sardara

Garden and swimming pool of the thermae of Sardara

Exploited since the Phoenician/Punic age, the thermae – or acquae Napolitanae – fully started their activity since the Roman age. The Romans had built a city around the baths, with public edifices, places of residence, a forum, a theatre and a temple. The settlement was later abandoned because of malaria, during the period of local kingdoms, to be rediscovered in modern age towards the end of 1800. At present, they have become the first modern thermae of Sardinia, offering top-quality services ranking them among the most competitive and renowned spas in the rest of Italy.