Dolianova is an Italian town and comune in the province of Cagliari
. The town was born on June 25, 1905 from the fusion of two centers: Sicci San Biagio
and San Pantaleo. Its economy is based on agriculture (wine and olive oil). The name "Dolianova" has obscure origins. It is thought to be related to the Latin "Pars Olea" (Place of Oil).
- The Cathedral of San Pantaleo, a Romanesque-Pisane style church of the 12th century. The works for its construction began in 1160 and finished in 1289. Since the 14th century it has been bishop's seat.
- Roman Baths, in Sa Cora.
- Nuraghe sa dom'e S'Orcu (in Punta Bruncu Salamu)
- The Giant's tombs in Su Tiriaxiu
- The nuragic structures in Sant'Uanni, which fortresses are covered by trees
- The archaeological sites of Mitza salamu e Sa dom’ ‘e s’ossu.