From its scant dwellings, which stand out at an elevation of 250 metres, you will have a splendid view of the enchanting Lake Omodeo, the largest artificial lake in Italy and a local site of scenic and environmental interest. Soddì is a small village in the historical territory of Barigadu, about 40 kilometres from Oristano, with a little over 100 residents. It has been an independent municipality since 1979. Prior to that, it was a hamlet of Ghilarza. During the Medieval period, when it was part of the Giudicato of Arborea, it was one of the most important towns in the Curatoria of Guilcer.
You can go on exciting walks along the shores of the lake, venture out onto the body of water in canoes and kayaks or tour this magical area on a tourist boat: you will see peregrine falcons and various species of ducks, herons and freshwater turtles.