In the north of Sardinia, Capo Testa is remarkable for its impressive granite blocks that have been gradually sculpted by the sea and the wind over time. The ideal time for exploring this peninsula is at nightfall, when you can take a short stroll before stopping to enjoy a beautiful sunset. Marked trails make it easy to navigate, even if you decide to go at night time.
The dead-end road leads to the 19th century lighthouse that signals the western entrance to the Strait of Bonifacio. From here you can perfectly make out the cliffs of Corsica, just over seven miles across the sea. There is a car park where you can leave your car to go off on a discovery of these impressive rocks and superb landscapes.