The Staging Area

Stop for 15 campers in Sardinia’s smallest municipality in the Giara district. Gravel gravel bottom, in the town center adjacent to the municipal swimming pools and amusement park. Annual opening. Shaded and illuminated. Free access and parking, water charge, free toilet and toilet wash facilities. Electric and potable water connection for a fee.


Via Bia Genuri, 1 – 09090 Baradili (Oristano)


N 39.722800, AND 8.8898600


Tel: +39 0783910013


All Services

Accesso gratuito

Free Entrance

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Paid Electricity Connection

Carico Acqua

Paid Drinking Water Charging

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Toilet Wash Service


Illuminated Area

Fondo Ghiaia

Gravelly Bottom

WC (1)

Toilet Facilities

Wi Fi


Parco Giochi

Playground Adjacent


Municipal Swimming Pool Adjacent

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

More Info

Known as the least populous municipality on the Island and one of the least populated in Italy, it preserves unaltered traditions and natural and archaeological beauty.

The appearance is of a medieval village with numerous old “courtyard” houses.

probably that its origin is from Roman times, traces of which can be found in various areas. In particular at Cibixia there are the foundations of a large building, divided into 25 rooms, possibly intended for baths. Some graves containing amphorae and oil lamps were also found.

It is certain that its territory was inhabited since the Bronze Age, as evidenced by other nuraghi: the most important is the Candeu monotorre. Near the prehistoric monument is a fountain (also Nuragic), dug into the rock and rebuilt in later centuries. The water is used today in the Parish Church of St. Margaret the Martyr.

Two feasts a year are celebrated in honor of the patron patron saint of children: sa festa manna; the main one, in late May, and Santa Mragaida agattada (found) or de is cruguxionis (of ravioli) in mid-July, straddling two Sundays. The celebration is linked to the “Raviolo Festival.”

Around the village, there are two rural churches, Santa Maria and Santa Restituta, the municipal park, an attraction of a serene and quiet village, and many archaeological sites, of the Giara and Monte Arci.


Ilidarab Water Park

Giara Park

Sardinia Miniature Park

Tomb of Giants Sa Domu 'e S'Orku

The Garden of Turri

Sa Fogaia archaeological nature park

Useful Links

Municipality of Baradili

Tour Guide

Two Jars Consortium

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