LaChurch isat the center of the country, is an example of transitional architecture between the Romanesque and the Gothic, built between 1300 and 1325.
The building has a single nave with apse square. The façade is surmounted by a belfry with double Bell, is excellent, with arches arches, of which, those above the portal supported by small columns. Over the ogival portal, there is a large circular rosette lace pattern.
The archaeological site of Sant'Anastasia lies in the upper part of Sardara. The nuragic Sanctuary has as focus the temple well and is placed in a structured settlement in civil and religious character still under excavation. It includes about 10 m a S from the first well, a second sacred well and part of a large fence for curved, in which you identify the remains of several huts. Inside the church dedicated to St. Anastasia is a sacred well, entered originally in a hut in the village.