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We visited during thunderstorms and the path down was understandably shut. Nonetheless worth a visit.
However this is a lonely spot on a bad day and we encountered a scam on the way back. See my post on Vendicari .
Worth a detour if you’re into Nature at it’s most fascinating while enjoying a dip.
This is a natural widening of the river forming small ponds where you can bathe and even dive from about 6 metres in certain parts. The water is cool and...More
This is a one off experience. I know people have talked about the length of time it takes to get down and up (about 35mins) but it is well worth it. You swim in fresh water, with beautiful scenery and can even jump from the...More
Stunning views as you walk down and a lovely refreshing swim is your reward after a 1 1/4 mile hike. Would recommend decent foot ware and plenty of water. Can get very busy down there and is quite stoney do water shoes would be a...More
The gorge at Cavagrande is spectacular and well worth the effort of the walk down and hike back up. There is no official entrance - at the car park you'll see a fence - which has been closed officially - but the crates there make...More
The cavas are beautiful river basins that lie in a canyon. It is easy to find with google maps and parking is provided. I recommend scheduling at least one hour to walk down to the cavas and the same to hike it back up. Bring...More
This place is stunning, well worth the trip down and back up. When reading reviews do listen to the warnings the trek up when hot isn’t easy, water is a definite must! Flip flops not recommended as stable trainer is advisable!
But don’t let all...More
Although officially closed, someone has helpfully installed some plastic crates to aid you in hopping over the gate. The view on the way down is beautiful, but the steps are very uneven, slippery and on quite a steep gradient. It took us about 40 minutes...More