Cracchera Park, which is located near the town of Sini, is at the foot of the Giara. It was founded in 1982 in an area covered with dense vegetation consisting of oak and cork trees. The network of paved roads and small stone buildings, some of which are still used by shepherds as livestock shelters, attest to the close relationship that has always connected the forest and the inhabitants of Sini.
On this side of the Giara, you can enjoy a breathtaking view. Moreover, during periods of heavy rain, it is possible to admire the Su Strumpu Waterfall.
Within walking distance from the park, there are some of the most important nuraghes in the region, including Sedda, Pedrosu, Bucca Scala, and Scab’i Ois. These nuraghes demonstrate the strategic importance that this place used to have during the earliest periods of history.