Contemplating the horizon has always been a vital necessity for coastal dwellers. The sea, a point of contact with the unknown, could be a sudden bearer of misfortune. A community’s fate and fortune were linked to its observation.
Therefore, the construction of towers, privileged places for observation, has interested this territory for millennia. The nuraghi, the archaic stone towers that dot Sardinia, in fact, mark the entire territory, dominating the heights.
To reach a nuraghe means, in most cases, to look out onto infinite panoramas, capable of freeing the gaze towards boundless trajectories.