The Nuraghe Diana is one of the countless archaeological sites by the sea, witnesses of the ability of the Nuragics to liaise with different peoples.
Sardinia is the first region in Italy by number of archaeological sites (Istat, 2019). Out of 206 areas and 81 archaeological parks surveyed throughout Italy, 54 are located in the territory of Sardinia. This represents 18.4% of the overall total. This important record - even more relevant given that thousands of archaeological sites are not registered as such yet - is the result of a past that is still widely unknown and needs to be investigated.
The project intends to deepen the impressive commercial appeal of the Nuragic civilization, with particular reference to the nuraghi located near the coasts, starting from the Nuraghe Diana in the territory of Quartu Sant'Elena (Cagliari).