Santa Giusta

The church of Santa Giusta, built in 1141, is one of the most significant monuments of Romanesque architecture.

Santa Maria Assunta

The cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta in Oristano is the result of a reconstruction in Baroque forms of the early 13th-century Gothic structure.

San Giovanni di Sinis

The church of San Giovanni di Sinis, is one of the oldest churches on the island, whose original layout dates back to the 5th century, while renovations in Romanesque forms are from the 11th century.

Basilica Santuario Nostra Signora del Rimedio

The Basilica Santuario Nostra Signora del Rimedio stands in the then village of Nuracraba. Following a flood in 1727, Nuracraba disappeared, but its modest Latin-cross church, the only building spared from the floods, was not abandoned. By then it was a destination for pilgrims attracted by the consoling title under which the Mother of the Lord was invoked there. The first interventions directed at preserving and enlarging the small temple date from the late 1700s.