Bonarcado is a quiet and peaceful village located at about 300 m altitude, barely 20 kilometers from the sea. The town was founded in the Middle Ages and has many archaeological sites from the Nuragic time (melllem it. 14th and 12th århudrede f. Kr) as bl. a Nuraghe Serra Crastula, Serra Ollastu and Nargius. The area also offers an unspoiled nature and from the hills around you have a unique view. The town is living from agriculture and is known for its sheep cheese, "the Sardinian" pecorino ". The village does not facilitate many attractions, but, like all small towns in this area a good selection of bars and restaurants.