Its white profile stands out alone on top of a plateau from where it looks out over a vast territory that includes the shores of Lake Mulargia. The Goni nuraghe is located outside the town that bears its name, a small village nestled in the Flumendosa valley. The monument blends into the rocky outcrops that are incorporated into the base to adapt to the profile of the relief and rise in a harmonious and regular way. The view of the plain below is perfect. You will reach it at the end of a partially paved trail that climbs through vegetation for a few hundred meters along the slope of the plateau. The nuraghe is made of rough-hewn limestone blocks set in regular rows that reach up to 3½ metres in height and then leave room for long, narrow slabs. The external diameter is about 10 metres, while the current total height exceeds 8 mts.