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Arbatax (Italian pronunciation: [ˈarbataks]) is the largest hamlet (frazione) of Tortolì, Sardinia, in Italy. With almost 5,000 inhabitants, it is also the third largest town in its province (Ogliastra) by population, after Lanusei municipality (5,700) and Tortolì proper (5,300).
The Church of St Andrew the Apostle is the main place of Catholic worship of Tortoli, Ogliastra, the former Cathedral of the Diocese of Ogliastra. Is located in the historic centre of the town, in Cathedral Square, and is the parish seat.
The archaeological complex is located southeast of Tortolì along the road to Orrì. Is an area of about 7 hectares, enclosed by a stone wall, on which they insist a complex nuraghe, tomba dei giganti, two menhirs, a village of circular huts, a domus de janas, a wall and a second straight nuraghe which remain only a few rows of base.
The site is fenced, guarded, and entrusted to a cooperative that offers cultural tours.
Unique is the square of red rocks in Arbatax: large cliffs of red porphyry draw a scenery of great beauty for this site located in the town of Arbatax, at the entrance to the port and at the foot of the Hill of Bellavista. The shore is here constituted in part by pebbles of red porphyry and granite and the rest from majestic cliffs that have always been frequented by women in the country for the trial in diving.