It is by far the most significant Nuragic legacy of Nule, an area with a high density of prehistoric remains and one of the best preserved in central-northern Sardinia. Perched at 700 metres at the south-western high plain of Buddusò, the Voes nuraghe dominates a panorama that spans all of the mountains of the Goceano, all the way to the valley of the lower Tirso river. The monument is located about six kilometres from the small town famous for its textiles and, above all, for its elegant carpets graced with framas designs, whose roots can be traced to the late Roman-high Middle Ages.

The monument is grandiose and its fundamental components remain intact, although they were never maintained or even the object of archaeological digs.