What to see: Burgos lies at nearly 600 metres above sea level on the flank of the Goceano mountains. This area has seen human presence since ancient times, as proved by many archeological sites such as suggestive domus de janas and a number of well-preserved nuraghs.
What to hear: The music of the wind throughout the centiries-old oak and yew forest, that is widely known as one of the finest and most unspoiled environment in the island.
What to smell: The magical fragrance of musks and stones along Burgo's narrow medieval streets snaking up to the top of the Citadel. In the village's old town the brick houses are popular for their double-gabled rooftops.
What to taste: A delicious selection of typical cheese and ricotta originating from sheep and cow's milk, flavored with the natural herbs of the mountains, such as the rare thyme.
What to touch: The profile of the magnificent Burgos Castel, sitting on top of a massive rocky outcrop. Due to its position, the castle was impregnable and today still shows its monumental walls and a over 10-metre high tower.