The name literally means 'where the carts pass', and dates back to the charcoal collection activities that characterized the site in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: it is the location of a nuragic complex of exceptional architecture and engineering, created at the time of metalworking and linked to the cult of water, a precious element in the arid calcareous environment of the Supramonte, the Sardinian 'dolomites'. The village of sa Sedda 'e sos Carros is set in the wild valley of Lanaittu, a spectacular natural background within the territory of Oliena, accessible from the road that also leads (going towards Dorgali) to the national monument of the karst spring on Gologone and beautiful caves of sa Oche and su Bentu.