The Roman Road - Chia

  • Duration: About 6 Hours
  • Difficulty: Easy

 Sardinia Tourist Guide

arranges for the February 8 easy and beautiful hike along one of the most picturesque coasts of Sardinia .. the South Coast, between Santa Margherita di Pula and Capo Spartivento. Pinus Village will be the starting point of the ancient Roman road that linked Bithia to Nora, ancient Phoenician-Roman outposts created since the seventh century BC in the south west of Sardinia. Driving along a beautiful trail that overlooks the turquoise sea, surrounded by a lush Mediterranean vegetation! Meet a small island where once stood the Tophet Phoenician Punic Bithia, and we get to the beautiful Spanish tower of Chia from which we can admire the dunes and ponds of this spectacular stretch of coastline. Once at the tower we will stop for a good "smurzo" Sardinian! After lunch we will resume the journey to Cape Teulada along the beautiful beaches of Campana, Cologne Sa, Su Giudeu, Cape Teulada, Cala Cipolla, until it reaches one of the most majestic lighthouses and oldest in the world ... From there go up to the lookout of 2 world War to admire a breathtaking panorama ... Return in the evening.    



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