Just over five kilometres separate Uri from Usini, a stretch almost entirely covered by olive groves, and carefully cultivated from generation to generation. Usini is one of largest agricultural towns in the Sassarese area: in addition to olive groves, its fertile land is also known for its artichokes and vineyards, which produce top quality wines. A church set in the nearby countryside is named for the olives: San Giorgio di Oleastreto. In the town centre, you can visit the parish church of Santa Maria Bambina and the churches of Santa Croce and San Giovanni, Casa Derosas and Casa Diaz, nineteenth-century mansions, the Casa del Pievano, and Su Magasinu'e su Fattore. A short distance from the village stands the necropolis of s'Elighe Entosu, one of the prenuragic sites of the north-west.