Visiting a territory away from mass tourism, you will discover the ancient art of wool weaving and dying, romanic architechture and roman thermal baths, on the notes of ancestral sardinian chants called “tenores”.
Bitti, “Canto a tenore” museum: a multimedial museum that will allow you to immerse yourself in the ancestral sounds of this chants, recently declared world heritage by the U.N.E.S.C.O.
Nule, weaving workshop: guided by a local weaver, you will find out the old wool dying techniques and how Nule's famous rugs are weaved on the loom.
Benetutti, thermal baths and Saint Saturnino's church: a very interesting exemple of a site where human presence over the centuries is attested. The medieval church , romanic style, has been built over the remainings of a “nuraghe” to witness how important this place was. Within a short period of time , in roman age, the Aquae Lesitonae thermal center was founded: thee thermal baths in this area are still functioning today.