The Ethnographic Museum is also called the sulcis Agropastorale museum. It's found situated in a store with a restored eighteenth century courtyard. They are exposed different tools to produce cheese trades, agriculture and winemaking. In the courtyard are the tools of carpentry and blacksmithing. The breadmaking stages are also shown here. A noteworthy example in this unique exhibition is the largest Mediterranean mollusk, unique, the pinna nobilis, which until the end of the 30's in Sant Antiochus, it was extracted.