Capo Figari
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Rustyone w
Sydney, Australia401 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Couples
This is steep walk over a rocky unsealed road take a water bottle and a camera
At the start of the walk there are a couple of beautiful beaches
Follow the road up and up and up it traverses the mountain
Some beautiful photo opportunities along the way
There are a few picnic tables spots to stop but not in the shade
The scenery from the to is majestic
Go enjoy it’s worth the effort
Written August 31, 2018
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marco b
Genoa, Italy1,364 contributions
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Jun 2023 • Friends
From Cala Moresca you can take numerous walks to discover the promontory of Capo Figari and its sheer cliffs. One of these paths leads to Cala Greca, a magical and solitary place, only rocks and sea. Easy path of about fifteen minutes, a little narrow among the Mediterranean vegetation after the so-called English cemetery. Its name derives from a Celtic cross clearly visible on the tomb of the only English sailor buried here, but it also contains the graves of 12 other sailors who perished in shipwrecks nearby but with inscriptions now illegible. Suggestive and particular place, which I didn't know existed.
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Written October 11, 2023
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