It is a small village in lower Gallura, behind the Paradise Coast, it’s always had two saints and a Madonna all of its own, and dozens of churches, each dedicated to a saint, scattered in the countryside. Perhaps it was for this that the first settlers decided to name the village, without a shadow of a doubt: Locus Sanctus, Luogosanto. Among the monuments are: Lu Palazzu di Baldu, the Balayana Castle, the church of San Leonardo, the church of San Trano, the Basilica and the Holy Door, La Filetta, the oldest and renowned diuretic fountain of the Gallura.