The archaeological area, located in the beautiful valley of Antas, includes a temple, three tombs in nuragic well and a modest village.
The site was a burial destination (early 9TH century BC), as attested by the tombs found at the temple. What we see today of the temple is the result of rebuilding, built by the Romans in the 3rd century AD, the important Punic temple built around 500 BC, just after the Carthaginian conquest of the island, and changed around 300 BC Punic Hellenistic taste. As is testified by an inscription, the temple was dedicated to Sardus Pater by the Romans called Bab (a),
The Antas Valley, nestled at the foot of the limestone Valley bastion of Punta S'omu, was dwelling and place of worship since the nuragic period. The ancient populations, which remains a small settlement and a burial area, along an ancient trail that connected the Valley with the nearby cave of Su Mannau, where he witnessed the practice of worship. The uniqueness of the Valley is determined by the presence of the Punic-Roman temple restored and rebuilt in the years ' 60, dating from the 3rd century. BC: tetrastile style, is surmounted by an inscription confirms the worship of the God Babai Sar
The Museum contains a collection of tools for the job and household objects placed in domestic (kitchen and rooms) carefully reconstructed within a mill of the 18th century, where they are still operating two water mills.