Goni is surrounded by oaks and holm oaks in the valley of the river Flumendosa, in the middle of two mountain slopes. Goni is a village with 500 inhabitants, in whose unspoiled territory are important prehistoric sites, especially the archaeological park of Pranu Mutteddu, nicknamed the ‘Italian Stonehenge’ (albeit it older than the English ‘original’). It is the ideal destination to explore the nature, archaeology and geology of the Gerrei area. Just 500 metres from the town, in the locality of Peinconi, is a site preserving a Graptolite, a rare fossil from the Palaeozoic era. Goni is a town replete with centuries-old craft traditions, in particular those of cork and weaving.

A few kilometres from the village, amidst a cork tree wood, is one of the most extensive archaeological areas extending across 200,000 square metres.