|Just a few kilometres from Sardara, at Santa Maria de is Acquas (a small valley surrounded by nuraghi and crossed by the Sacer river) there are five thermomining springs which made the valley a holy site for the thaumaturgic qualities of the waters. It is the area of the ancient Aquae Neapolitanae (2nd and 1st century B.C.), a stopping place on the Òthoca-Kàralis road, remembered by Tolomeo and in the Itinerarium Antoninii. The thermal baths in Sardara are represented by two modern thermal establishments furnished with big and beautiful swimming pools which offer therapeutic and beauty services also during the winter. The hyper thermal mineral-bicarbonate-alkaline waters which gush out from the five springs at a temperature of 50/68 degrees, are similar to the Vichy waters and they offer pleasant moments of wellbeing especially in the open swimming pools which can be used also at a low external temperature. The thermal springs were used during the Bronze Age as testified by the presence of different nuraghi and the construction of the nuragic well of Sant’ Anastasia. The site was also used by the Phoenicians who lived in Neapolis. The site was transformed in a thermal centre by the Romans who called it Aquae Neapolitanae. The current thermal establishments were built in the 19th century. It is possible to make naturalistic routes in the surrounding areas and it is possible to explore the nuraghi (two of them are in the establishment) and the rests of the ancient thermal baths. Moreover it is possible to visit the rests of the Castle on the Monreale hill, the Archaeological Museum of Villa Abbas and the Santa Anastasia Sanctuary. Thanks to the services offered by the Sardara’s thermal baths it is possible to spend incomparable relaxing moments.