It is one of the most interesting examples of the talent of Nuragic Age architects to exploit natural elements for the construction of their buildings. The Scerì complex sits in a strategic position perched on the top of a granite tower, partially surrounded by a river, in the Ilbono area. Once inside this archaeological park, you’ll find a nuraghe, a village and two domus de Janas (in Sardinian, a House of the Fairies).
The largest building is a nuraghe, a complex version with an added wing, all built out of medium-sized squared granite blocks. The remains of the main tower, of which just under five metres still stands, is circular. The entrance features a well-hewn architrave and leads to a rectangular antechamber that once led to an inner room.