It is considered one of the best examples of Aragonese-Gothic architecture in Sardinia and inside it you will find traces of the ancient places of worship on which it was built. The Church of Santa Giulia is the parish church of Padria, a village in the Meilogu area – a central historic territory in Logudoro –, ‘descendant’ of the Roman settlement of Gurulis Vetus. The site on which the church stands boasts a long history and was considered sacred for thousands of years: in its foundations, there are traces of a Nuragic well, a monumental tomb (or perhaps a Martyrion),), an early Christian church and traces of a reconstruction it underwent in the Middle Ages.