From Silius the walk continues to Goni.

Goni, in the central-eastern part of southern Sardinia and surrounded by oaks and holm oaks in the valley of the river Flumendosa, also has its roots in neolithic times. It is situated in the middle of two mountains and has a population of about 500 people.

Goni boasts of an archaeological park, Pranu Mutteddu called the ‘Italian Stonehenge’ and about 0.5km from the town, in Peinconi, thee is a site preserving a rare fossil called Graptolite.

Goni also preserves centuries-old craft traditions, such as cork and weaving.

From  Goni the walk continues to Mandas.