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Il territorio di Montevecchio, Arbus e Guspini

The Mining Village of Montevecchio is amministrated by Municipalities of Arbus and Guspini and is located in the middle of a woods near a rich terrain exploited since Romans for its minerals.

Montevecchio rises on the pass named "Genna Serapis" near the mines desired by entreprenerus Giovanni Antonio Sanna from Sassari. The Mines of Montevecchio has been one of the richest and most innovative companies in The Kingdom of Italy, in fact the name Montevecchio is joined to various Machines used all across Europe designed by the best engineer in XIX Century.

Miniera di Montevecchio

Minies of Montevecchio
Tourist Services
Guided Tours

Contacts:

Phone
(+39) 3384592082
(+39) 3891643692
(+39) 070973173
E-mail:
info@minieradimontevecchio.it

Mining Villagge of Montevecchio is surrounded by lush woods which offer respite from the summer heat and allow to discover the territory walking down its various hiking trails.

A few kilometers from the Sea of the Costa Verde, Mining Village of Montevecchio is a good choice for its proximity with the towns of Arbus and Guspini, a must in this wild and fascinating territory.

Montevecchio has been one of the 21 European Destination of ExcelleNce (EDEN). Throughout the year Montevecchio counts many events and festivals about handicrafts and local productions like Honey Festival, Arresojas, Fair of Sardinian Knives, Birras, where you can taste local craft beers. Mining Villagge of Montevecchio has a rare cultural importance with the possibility to visit the palace of the Mine Management, the mine tunnel called Anglosarda that means British-Sardinian, the Dioramas Museum, the Mineral Exhibition and the Sanna Castoldi fund donated by the heirs of Giovanni Antonio Sanna and Alberto Castoldi, his son in law, to the Municipality of Arbus.