It stretches along SS 292, the north-western panoramic costal highway that will take you to the enchanting beaches of the Sinis Peninsula Marine Area and to the century-old forests of Montiferru. Nurachi is a town of 1500 inhabitants with a very long history located in the Campidano plain of Oristano, which is less than ten kilometres away. Its territory stretches to Cabras Pond and contains natural sites such as Mare ‘e Pauli, protected by the Ramsar Convention, and Pischeredda park with a Spanish tower. Here you will see rare species including flamingos and the common moorehen. These lands are rich in marsh vegetation, such as su fenu, the raw material used for the construction of is fassonis, small boats used by fishermen on the pond for centuries. Fishing is one of the town’s livelihoods, although agriculture is still prevalent: wheat cultivation, citrus fruit orchards and vineyards, where vernaccia, a prized white wine, is produced are widespread.