Framed by the Marghine mountain range, with summits that surpass a thousand metres, it sits perched on a hill 500 metres high in a rough terrain bathed by rivers and streams and graced with woods of chestnut, ancient oak and yew trees. First mentioned in official documents of the condaghe of Santa Maria di Bonarcado (XI century) as Lee, this small town of some 600 inhabitants in the Province of Nuoro is a member of borghi autentici d’Italia (Italy’s Authentic Villages). What makes it so special are the amazing views, Primaghe and Nidu e Corbu, summits where majestic birds of prey nest, Baita and the Zuncos park with its network of hiking trails through pristine nature, its remarkable prehistoric monuments and its ties to heartfelt traditions.