Stone houses, cobbled streets, five churches in a square kilometre, a park dedicated to Grazia Deledda, and an extraordinarily devout community. Galtellì is an original village of the Baronìa, once the seat of the diocese, and a place of pilgrimage for the Holy Crucifix, kept in the church of Santa Croce, to which miracles dating back to 1611 are attributed. Processions and rituals are celebrated in its honour, accompanied by sos gozzos, ancient liturgical songs. Inside the cemetery is the former Cathedral of San Pietro, which houses a series of 13th-century frescoes depicting events from the Old and New Testaments. The village is watched over from on high by Tuttavista, with a statue of Christ standing on top, which is also a destination for the faithful on a picturesque walk up the mountainside.