Magomadas is one of the Borghi Autentici d’Italia (authentic villages of Italy) and is included amongst the Città del Vino (cities of wine), which is not surprising given that it is part of the ‘Strada della Malvasia di Bosa’ (Malvasia di Bosa road). Magomadas is a small town with less than 700 inhabitants of Planargia sub region that unfurls along the top of a hill with a panoramic view of the Modolo valley on one side, and the sea with kilometres of evocative coastline on the other. The picturesque village is characterised by ancient houses and surrounded by the warm colours of the vineyards that extend along the fertile countryside that has always marked the agricultural-pastoral traditions and economy of the community. As proof of this, in a 16th-century building in the historical town centre, there is the Museo del Vino (wine museum), providing a historical excursus on winemaking in Planargia, and a wine shop with wine tastings paired with typical dishes.