Ahu Nau Nau is located on the north coast, in front of Anakena beach. Restored in 1980, it is one of the best preserved ahus, since it was formerly buried in the sand.
The ahu has seven moai, four of them large in size, two medium size (one with no head) and the seventh with less than half its body. The four big moai are outstanding because of their pukao (topknots).
Ahu Nau Nau sits in a peaceful location on a small hill facing the rare grove of palm trees at Anakena.