The second stop starts at Galtellì, a small village in the Baronia area. The route continues towards the mountain towering above the village, called Tuttavista, described by Sardinian novelist Grazia Deledda in her novel Canne al vento. We then head for the home of the Pintor ladies, the novel’s main characters. Other places of interest are the 14th-century parish Church of the Santissimo Crocifisso, with a beautiful 14th century wooden crucifix, an 18th century organ and a 16th century painted wooden statue of the Trinity. The Medieval church of San Pietro, built in the 12th century, has paintings mentioned in Deledda’s novel. The Ethnographic Museum "Casa Marras", housed in an 18th century manor house, has a rich collection of objects belonging to the traditional farmers’ and shepherds’ culture.