The church dedicated to San Leonardo (St. Leonard) of Limoges, a hermit who lived during the sixth century, has non-documented structure that can be dated back to the sixteenth century.
The Church of Santa Maria of Curos is today only partially visible in its elevations. There is no documented evidence mentioning the church.
The archaeological complex of Nuraghe Appiu is located on the western edge of the vast plateau of Chentu Mannas, overlooking the west coast between the promontory of Cape Marargiu and Cape Caccia.
Among the limestone banks that characterise the area there are two low outcrops placed side by side with a slightly sloping rock face, in which a Necropolis (the Sardinian Domus de Janas) was carved.
The peculiar name of the shrine dedicated to the Madonna of Interrios is a useful indicator for the possible identification of the medieval village of Interiola, which can be dated back to the mid-fourteenth century.