It extends over a limestone hill overlooking the Badd’e Sagama valley dotted with colourful vegetation that contrasts with the dark basaltic stone. Sagama is an agropastoral village of 200 inhabitants in Planargia and an autonomous municipality since 1946, built within a fertile and lush area covered with woods and vineyards and peppered with springs. It is a destination for many mushroom hunters during the autumn. The town is located around the ‘treasure of Sagama’, the parish church of San Michele Arcangelo, built in 1604 based on the ‘mannerist’ model of San Giacomo di Sassari. The single-nave hall is barrel vaulted.