It is located in a deep depression created by a deepening in the heart of the mount of the same name, in the boundary between Supramonte di Oliena and Supramonte di Dorgali. The Nuragic village of Tiscali, built along the walls of the depression and invisible until you get to the inside of the cavity, consists of two ensembles of dwellings of various sizes, built and inhabited between the 15th and 8th centuries BC. Their origins are mysterious: the building technique is different from those of other Nuragic sites. It was probably inhabited in pre-Nuragic ages. What we do know is that it was repopulated between the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, and inhabited for a very long time, perhaps up to the High Middle-Ages.