If you missed Su Nuraxi, this is the best place on the island to see a prehistoric stone-built nuraghe, some 50 individual dwellings crowded close together. A central tower surrounds these huts, forming a limestone complex from 1500 B.C. Built with huge blocks of stone, the truncated cone tower is in the shape of a beehive and opens onto a panorama of the countryside. The remains of a 14th-century-B.C. "palace" can also be seen.