The village is overlooked by the ruins of the Castello della Fava. Built in the twelfth century. the judges of Gallura, was conquered by the Judges of Arborea before passing under the control of Aragona.Il village retains its medieval structure with winding alleys connected by steep staircases, arches and small squares. The gray stone houses were gradually renovated. The castle has undergone restoration: a wooden staircase leads to the top of the square tower which offers a sweeping view of the sea, the mouth of the river and Posada on the plain with the agrumeti.Verso lies the Lake Posada surrounded by pine forests, one of the many artificial basins of the Island.