The Foundation

The Mont’e Prama Foundation was established with the aim of creating a network system and developing and implementing a strategic plan for tourism, culture, and the enhancement, including the landscape, of the cultural assets associated with the “Integrated Territorial Enhancement System of Sinis – Land of Mont’e Prama”.

The cultural assets currently entrusted to the Foundation are: the archaeological area of Mont’e Prama, the Civic Museum of Cabras, the archaeological area of Tharros with its necropolises, the hypogeum of San Salvatore, and the Tower of San Giovanni. With the entry of the Archdiocese of Oristano into the Mont’e Prama Foundation as a supporting member, the Foundation has undertaken the commitment to promote cultural and tourism valorization of the churches of San Giovanni di Sinis and San Salvatore.

The project also involves integration among the various productive sectors associated with the cultural assets of Sinis and collaboration with all entities capable of contributing to the implementation of the strategic plan. Its objective is to establish shared programs, strategies, and operational methods to overcome the fragmentation of tourism promotion and services. The project aims to promote and implement tourism and cultural development programs in relation to tourist accommodation and hospitality services.

The Mont’e Prama Foundation was established on July 1, 2021, with the signing of the articles of association by the institutional representatives of the three founding members: the Ministry of Culture, the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, and the Municipality of Cabras. In 2022, the Archdiocese of Oristano joined the Foundation as a supporting member.

Since its official establishment, the Mont’e Prama Foundation has been actively engaged in cultural and tourism promotion, forging relationships with national and international institutions, and organizing educational activities and events. For more information about these initiatives, please visit our website.

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The Giants

We are archers, warriors, boxers but everyone call us the Giants.
We are the ancient statues of Mont’e Prama, we are the figures of skilled, fearless young men.

Mont’e Prama

The necropolis of individual tombs and the extraordinary discovery of the statues make the Mont’e Prama site unique in Sardinia.

The Sinis

The Sinis peninsula is a fertile and favourably situated stretch of land, with wetlands suitable for hunting and fishing, with small bays and a gulf offering protection to mariners.