About five thousand years ago, it was completely covered with earth, to protect the repose of the deceased inside it, while today it reveals its charm and the distinctive trait of being one of the very rare corridor dolmens in Sardinia. The tomb of Motorra is located on a plateau in the territory of Dorgali, about 200 metres above sea level and just over two kilometres from the residential area. It has a hexagonal layout, it is built entirely from basaltic stone, with walls made up of eight rectangular slabs, and is covered by a single unevenly shaped slab.