Rocky Capo Testa.


While staying in Palau for our last few days in Sardinia, Capo Testa was definitely our favorite spot we visited around here. It’s the farthest point of Northeastern Sardinia and with clear weather, your sight can even reach Corsica. I read that it’s popular for its views and interesting hiking terrain – but you just don’t expect it to be so dramatic. Rugged granite formations all along the shoreline are honestly, other-worldly. Like someone has been making sculptures out of them for centuries. It was a great surprise!

Went for a hike, but felt
like we ended in a museum.


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