Sardinia - Italy
|number Population||: 3.434 (01-01-2017 - Istat)|
|asl||: 135 mt.|
|Sq km area.||: 115,60|
|name of the inhabitants||: santadesi|
- Mayor Santadi and city administration
- Registry office - Technical Office - Cadastre IMU TASI
- City Council - Data elections
|Tax code||: 81003190923|
|Postal Code||: 09010|
|Istat code||: 092060|
|Cadastral code||: I182|
City Hall Address
Piazza Marconi, 1
+39 0781 94201
+39 0781 941000
Email PEC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institutional website - http://www.comune.santadi.ci.it
GPS / Geographic coordinates of Santadi
Seismic and climatic classification
• Seismic classification updated in March 2015. (Source: Civil protection)
• "Climate zones" and "day grades" by: Table A attached to the DPR 412 / 93 updated at 31 October 2009. (Source: Authorities for electricity gas and water system)
City of Santadi (Province of Sud Sardegna - Italy)
Santadi is a wholly mountain town of 3.434 inhabitants, located 135 meters above sea level in the Province of South Sardinia, its territory covers an area of 115,60 sq km.
Built on different levels on the banks of the Rio Mannu, Santadi preserved examples of traditional architecture in trachyte and shale.
Working objects and furnishings of the house are collected in the Ethnographic Museum Sa Domu Antigua, which has within a point of sale of handicrafts of Sulcis.
In the first fortnight of August it held the Mauritanian or maureddino marriage, whose tradition seems to date back even to some North African populations who move in Sulcis in Roman times.
The area around Santadi was inhabited in the Nuraghic period as evidenced by the ceramics and objects in gold, copper and bronze (as a votive small boat and a tripod in Cypriot style) found in Pirostu cave and kept in Cagliari's Archaeological Museum.
Near Santadi it was discovered the Phoenician-Punic fortress of Pani Loriga, a small game board to the southwest.
Interesting Cave Is Zuddas, rich in aragonite, stalagmites and stalactites, which can be visited with the guides of the cooperative Monte Meana.
Nearby, in the territory of Villaperuccio, the underground necropolis of Monte Essu.
Some domus de Janas kept on the walls traces of the original coating in yellow and red.
Others were intended to place of worship, like the cave-temple (the first after the climb) with an input for 2 2 m, an atrium and a large burial chamber.
villages and localities of the City of Santadi
Santadi Basso, Barrua, Barrancu Mannu, Su Benatzu, Pantaleo, Is Cattas, Terresoli