By admin | June 30, 2017 | Posted in: Uncategorised

The Goceano is a historical and geographical region of center-north of Sardinia island, Italy. It covers a surface of 480 km² and has a population of 13,000 inhabitants (27 inhab. /km²). It is located inside the Province of Sassari, the main urban centres are Bono, considered the traditional Goceano’s chieftown, Benetutti, Burgos, Bultei, Nule, Esporlatu, Illorai and Bottidda. The territory is characterised by wooded mountains and alluvial valleys, the Marghine Chain and the Tirso Valley.

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