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Worth a stop at the picnic spot at the top of the valley. A trail leads off into the rocks and woods. Super fun adventure to go on. Also recommend bouldering around this area as the rocks are fun to scale.
We parked by the road and followed the path. Requires picking your way over rocks, and passes through where granite used to be quarried. Great photo opportunities with amazing rock shapes. Small beach with crystal clear water at the end (wish I’d brought my snorkel!),...More
It is a 15 minutes walk from a gate at the road (ask bartender at the end of the road how to get there). Beautiful valley with a stream in the middle. Strange granite rock shapes surrounds grassy valley bottom. Couple a hippies living there.
Me,my husband and 3-year old spent some hours there enjoying the views,climbing the rocks and wondering around the paths. Our son walked most of the time,but while climbing we carried him. But to be honest,we did not see many parents up on the rocks with...More
We've got to this beach after walking around 30 minutes through the rocks, where there are several paths. For us this is the nicest beach in Capo Testa and Santa Teresa. The beach is beautiful and, by that time, the water was warm. Perfect for...More
In searching for Capo Testa Beach upon the recommendation of a friend, I happened along the path of Valle Della Luna by entering the gate which serves as an entrance. I followed the somewhat windy path, climbing over rocks and following the path carved out...More
Great for 1 to 2 hours of walking through the pristine landscape. We spotted some goats taking on the cliffs and there is plenty of paths to choose from so you dont come across too many other tourists.
Absolutelly woth visiting! The place is absolutelny breathtaking and the path to get there is also great :) Recommend for 100 %, you can see the real nature (we met many lizzards and also a a tortoise).