Skoðað 3860sinnum, niðurhalað 95 sinni
nálægt Baratz, Sardegna (Italia)
The hike starts at the Porto Ferro beach parking lot. This beautiful beach is on a bay with rocks on either side with three ancient towers watching the bay. It is backed up by dunes (nature reserve). There was quite a surf on the day we were there, and we were warned for strong currents on the south side when we went swimming. Towards the north side there seemed to be an (unofficial) nudist beach. You walk the entire length of the beach and then walk up the rocks to the Torre Bianca. Here you have a nice view towards Torre Negra and another small beach. Then you enter an unpaved sandy forest road which you walk down for 1.8 km to get to a parking lot (Via dei Fenicotteri). Here you walk down a trail to the lake. There is a trail around the entire circumference of the lake and this track includes only the west side. You can opt to turn left at the lake and hike the trail clockwise which adds about 4.5 km to the hike. You exit the trail along the lake on the southern point and cross the Via dei Fenicotteri and take another unpaved road through the dunes back towards the beach. The dunes are covered with pine trees. After about 1.4 km fields open up on the left side, and after 2.2. km you turn right and head back to the parking lot.
There is a bar at the beach, but it was not open during our hike. There are no other bars or restaurants en-route.