The town’s main claim to fame is its mention in Grazia Deledda’s most famous novel Canne al Vento (Reeds in the Wind). The tourist office can advise on Grazia Deledda itineraries, which take in the Chiesa di San Pietro, a Romanesque-Pisan church near the town cemetery, and the 17th-century Casa delle Dame Pintor, the fictional home of the Pintor sisters in Reeds in the Wind, a passionate tale about the demise of a family of aristocratic landowners.