The archaeological site, dating back to the Nuragic age, has a triangular shape and is located in the Valle di Capichera. It is opened to visitors since 2009, after being affected by a major restoration work lasted several years and still going on. Situated on a granite relief, this site consists of a Nuraghe and a village of about 100 huts.
An essential feature of the courtyard is a 7 meters deep well that still works, in which several ceramic finds were brought to light.
Extending over an area of five hectares, for its extension it is one of the most important sites in the entire area. The dolmen is characterized by a keep, the central tower and two lateral towers that together form a rampart. The central chamber has three recesses, while the rampart is protected by a wall, delimiting a large back yard.