town of Palau (North Sardinia)

Itinerary: Discover
We often speak of "enchanted places" that regenerates the body and spirit. And there is no need to go to the summit of the Himalayas or to the Egyptian pyramids, when we have such places at hand. In Gallura, where the sea is perhaps the most beautiful in the world, the inland contains fascinating, ancient secrets. There, in the heart of picturesque and archaic landscapes, is one of the highest concentrations of ancestral knowledge and energy ...
It is St. George's area that reveals his many secrets:
The first is a pretty country church dedicated to the holy martyr, where energy can be felt soft and delicate from the hands, and gradually pervades the whole body.
Then, in the woods hiding from mastic trees of exceptional size, in the midst of this dense and tangled vegetation, rocks are revealed of different and particular shapes that emanate the most intense and particular vibrations. They are rocks that were cut by the ancient people of the place and that were used for sacred and therapeutic purposes. Even the Templars during their journeys through the island rediscovered and re-used these places. Here the energy is really at home.
The first rock that we encounter has been engraved in order to modulate the frequencies of energy and channel it in certain parts of the body for purifying purposes.
The second rock has three steps, the symbol of expectation before the rise of initiation, placed next to another by the apparent shape of a boat. The boat: in the archaic traditions it was the means of transporting souls to the kingdom of heaven. Lying above we enter into a meditative state in just a few minutes, the mind becomes calm, the tension is released...
We come then to a cave that was inhabited in prehistoric times, which conceals a particular property: to make the energy that is around our body visible, the famous "aura."
Finally we arrive in front of a rock shaped like a horse saddle. It is said that it was like a stargate and in ancient times it opened the horizons of space and time.
In the vicinity of nuragic villages then, funeral buildings were often erected, known as the 'Giants Tombs', which had such an exceptional dimension to make posterity imagine the existence of beings of gigantic proportions. And this is the case of Li Mizzani tomb, a monument almost perfectly intact, which is located not far from the area of S. George.
The Giants' Tombs served several purposes. The priests at the front of the exedra performed ceremonial rituals and healing. For as Aristotle himself tells us, the Sardinians were in the habit of resting at the Tombs of the Giants five days and five nights for the so-called rites of incubation, asleep and unconscious, healing themselves from visions, obsessions, or other physical illnesses. The ancients, especially in the figure of the shaman-priests (who were men of knowledge), thanks to their perceptive abilities, were been able to build monuments that could channel cosmic-telluric energies.
"The ancients already knew," are we told by the guides who are leading us on these sites lost in time. In fact, ancient men had a very close relationship with nature and perceived it as a being endowed with a life of its own. For this reason, in those days they could weave a genuine dialogue with the natural elements. Places were recognized as having their own spirit (the "genius loci" of the ancient Romans). Ancient people therefore, didn't build their temples and cities by chance, but where there were beneficial effects coming from the soil and where it gave off strong and healthy energy. Energies that you can come and discover here in Gallura, still far from the din and clamor of tourism, and still enclosed in a shroud of mystery.
 
 
 
Ceremonial Village Mount Canu
In all ancient civilizations, mountains have always traditionally represented the contact with sky and heavens and often life, in myths, arose from the primordial chaos from an hill. Sardinia also has its sacred mountains. Among these the Monti Canu of Palau are among the most interesting. In a landscape lost in time we'll climb the ancient initiatory path strewn with white quartz to reach the ceremonial village enclosed by granite and the mediterranean vegetation. We will arrive at the sacred spring first and then the small sacred temple. From there we will go up again to reach the priestess seats, part of the prenuragic area of this site, in a wild nature that invites you to regain possession of the slow and pleasant flow of time.
Dress suggests: long trousers and closed shoes like trainers or trekking shoes

length of itinerary: 1 day
 
 
 
Giant's Tomb Sajacciu
Sajacciu Giant's Grave was discovered by Mauro Aresu in 1983 and it is a Nuragic burial dating back to the period between the twelfth and tenth centuries. B.C. Unlike other tombs, this construction is certainly at the most advanced stage of these burials architecturally speaking, as it is influenced by the last constructive nuragic style that transforms the monolithic or bilithic stelae into a totally different and original shape. Unfortunately this tomb, the largest tomb ever known, has been subject to upheavals already from historical times (from V / VII sec. by the Byzantines) who have destroyed most of the funeral corridor, building right next to the apse a rectangular structure that seems was destined to religious cults and many believe that it might have been a small church.
 
 

Petra Niedda woods
In the immediate vicinity of Li Mizzani tomb there is a very charming and quaint place, one of the few oak forests present in Gallura, an extraordinary and unforgettable corner. Here nature finds her primordial elements of great vitality, with trees of extraordinary beauty, centuries-old juniper trees of enormous size, and other typical Mediterranean plants. Among the rocks, springs with mineral waters appear.
In this magical place you can feel an atmosphere of peace that gives a sense of mysticism and deep harmony with the forces of nature. An ideal place for walks and meditations.
 
 
 
Giant's Tomb Li Mizzani
When people did a pilgrimage to the Giants' Graves for a healing purpose, as the ancient chronicles report, they would spend on the site five days and five nights: the necessary time to fall into such a deep sleep to eliminate any conscience of time. This condition would allow people to get a healing and, through dreams, the proper
suggestions for healing. The giant's tomb of Li Mizzani belongs to the second phase of the Bronze Age 1500-1200 BC. It is aligned on an east-west axis, and stylistically the tomb belongs to the horizontal rows masonry kind. It is therefore a tomb of modest size, but very well conserved compared to other contemporary tombs.
 
 
 
St. George's Sacred woods
The first feature is a pretty country church dedicated to the holy martyr, where energy can be felt soft and delicate from the hands, and gradually pervades the whole body.
Then in the woods, hiding from mastic trees of exceptional size, in the midst of this dense and tangled vegetation, rocks are revealed of different and particular shapes that emanate the most intense and particular vibrations. They are rocks that were cut by the ancient people of the place and that were used for sacred and therapeutic purposes. Even the Templars during their journeys through the island rediscovered and re-used these places.
 
 
 
And many more ...
There are many other sites in this area that we have not included in this list. If you need more information, please contact us to arrange a personalized itinerary in these sites.
 

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