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Less impressive than others in the area but free to access and an easy, accessible walk in beautiful scenery. Leaves lots to the imagination. The road leading to is very windy and not in good condition so takes longer than expected. Park on the road...More
Enjoyed the short walk (300 metres, from the parking area, if I remember correctly) in lovely countryside to the Standing Stones; Two Menhirs which were used for astronomical purposes and the chambered Dolmen used for ceremonial or healing use. The scenery was breathtaking. It is...More
The countryside was beautiful and considering the short hike, constantly changing. The sites themselves were interesting enough, but what stays with you is the overall scenery and how they sit within it so peacefully - Very un touched by human hand except for some signs...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the short hike through unpaved roads to discover the standing stones. As we were doing a road trip around the island, we didn't mind driving a return route to find this site, fortunately I think this fact it has kept it relatively...More
There is just one long road near Sartene to get to Cauria (even though it's closer to Bonifacio, you can't get there from there). And then a long walk. But it was all quite pleasant and interesting and interesting to imagine life there in prehistoric...More
Loved the walking path mostly for the beautiful scenery. I felt very serene there. Do bring water, especially if you are not used to walking. The monuments are marked and well preserved. A touch of mystery that veils their origin adds to the charm. One...More