In the late twelfth century and during the thirteenth century, a branch of the Doria family of Genoa was able to consolidate its presence in the north west of Sardinia.
Located on the edge of the town, the church of Sant’Antonio still poses many questions. In the absence of documented evidence and on the basis of a formal analysis, it can be dated back to the thirteenth century.
To all intents and purposes, the Santo Stefano Parish Church comes under the classification of buildings which have two naves and two apsides. There are few examples of this type in northern Sardinia but they appear more frequently in the south of the island.
The Via Ferrata della Regina is a partially equipped path that climbs and crosses a large part of the ledges that characterise the northern side of the rocky hill of Su Monte.