It rises at the base of the evocative Mount Grighine in a luxuriant area dominated by the Monte Arci park and covered with Maquis shrubland (cistus, strawberry trees, holm oaks, lentisk, myrtle), downy oaks and cork oaks, being the habitat of numerous animal species. Mogorella is a very small town of about 450 inhabitants in the upper Marmilla region, in the province of Oristano. Its toponym, officially certified in 1546, indicates a ‘small hill’. The patron saint of the village is San Lorenzo, celebrated twice a year. Firstly comes a procession on 20th May accompanied by folk groups and knights, in conjunction with the Sagra della Pecora (sheep festival), with the traditional dishes enjoyed together with local wine; and then in mid-August there are religious rituals and civic events.