A quiet hike and a magnificent view

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Sardinia has hidden treasures. Gems that you can easily discover outside the usual itineraries. Capo Ceraso is one of these. Ancient rocks, 300 million years, which with strange shapes and spotted with dark yellow lichen, border a colourful sea. An easy hike takes you to the top of the headland. The view is stunning: blue sea, little rocky islands and in the distance, Tavolara with its white ridge. When we arrive here, we usually sit silently.

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In the silence some winged friends soon arrive. A pair of raven nests here and they never forget to check who’s there.

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On the way back a second world war blockhouse offers another view, this time toward Olbia and its gulf.

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Blockhouse: view toward Olbia

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