San Gregorio is a pretty village nestled in the mountains of Sette Fratelli with streets paved with cobblestones and dry-stone walls. It was the most sought-after place by the Cagliari bourgeoisie for holidays in the 1800s, where villas and architectural spaces of remarkable beauty were built, with vast gardens, real private parks and beautiful Panoramic views of the mountains and the Gulf of Cagliari.
In the center of San Gregorio there is a small church dedicated to San Gregorio, where Mass is celebrated on Saturday evenings.
The village is divided in two by the old east Sardinian Road (ss125) and the famous Campuomu, where the bar-restaurant Su Passu is located, open for lunch it offers an excellent typical Sardinian kitchen. From the narrow cobblestone streets, you can access the paths on the mountains that always lead into the forests.