Indipendence Square is in the centre of the town, between the old 19th-century buildings, the parish hall and the small square of the Church of St Nicholas.

The Ethnographic Museum ‘Sa Dommu Eccia’ (‘The Old House’, in Sardinian) is located in Piazza Indipendenza, inside the 19th-century building.

The parish church, dedicated to St. Nicholas of Bari, is at the center of the village, near the Town Hall, between Independence Square and the churchyard.

“Bingiggedda” square: the name of this large, recently renovated square means ‘small vineyard’ in Sardinian and was dedicated to the cultivation of vines.

The “Orientale Sarda” 125 highway that links Cagliari to Olbia runs through the town of Baunei.

The “Usuonu” Wash-house, Baunei and surroundings. Tourism Baunei.

“Grutta ‘e Janas’ in Sardinian means ‘cave of fairies, of witches’.

“Su Stabilimentu”, The Ancient Lithographic Quarry: the lithograph was one of the most practical and efficient printing systems for a very long time.

Built in the 17th century, it is the closest country church to the town of Baunei (3 km), easily reached via the Usuonu road.

Downstream of the village is what remains of the constructions that, in the early 1900s, made it possible to exploit a silver-lead mine.

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