Armungia is built on a plateau surrounded by woods, Mediterranean shrub and cultivated areas and is crossed by the Flumendosa river. In particular the Cilixiucci area provides an outstanding spectacular view over the entire Flumendosa valley. The historic centre developed around a Nuraghe which is still well-preserved, dating back to the XV-XIV century BC. The architecture of the village recalls its agro-pastoral origins: the houses are simply built in schist and usually have a round.oven and little outhouses in the courtyards, used for storage and as animal stalls. The village actually is almost a museum within a museum, in other words, a system of museums and monuments that bear witness to the culture and the daily life of Armungia. Walking through the characteristic streets of this charming village, the visitor finds himself in the middle of a trail of great historical and anthropological interest.
A trail which will take him to the Ethnographic Museum "Sa domu de is Ainas", which preserves around six-hundred cultural objects of the country folk of the Gerrei. to the 'Bottega del Fabbro', which houses the "ferreri" (blacksmith's) tools. to the Nuraghe at the centre of the village, particularly suggestive in the suffused light of the evening and finally to the house and birthplace of the writer and statesman, Emilio Lussu, who was extremely fond of his village. In the surrounding area we also find a number of caves like those of 'Su Pittiolu' and 'Gospuru', as well as several abandoned mines which offer an interesting itinerary for industrial archaeology. Furthermore, the area borders on the Sette Fratelli park, thereby allowing visitors the chance to immerse themselves in this luxuriant landscape of enchanting charm which is particularly appreciated by lovers of trekking.