Semaforo Capo Sperone, Sant'Antioco

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  • Nice walk, breathtaking. You can park your car just below the trail. If you're lucky, you can spot some bird of prey.
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  • We got lost in an attempt to arrive at a beach and we arrived at this place time forgot. Shame about the infrastructure very decadent, which can be dangerous for children (holes in the ground!), but it is an adventurous and unforgettable tour with a breathtaking life. It would be a place to restore and rediscover, because it deserves!
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  • A 360° panorama of undisputed charm. Reaching it is not complicated, the difficult thing is to leave it. Penalty box camera and a couple of hours to sit on the stones of the structure in poor condition, partly collapsed, to listen to the wind and breathing softly on the island.
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  • The view from here is amazing and breath breaking. Really remarkable. But it's better stay away from the building. It's in a very bad state.
  • Road signs is not always very clear to get to the location but ... It's worth it. A breathtaking 360° view and a wonderful view, from which you can admire the islets of the cow, Bull and Calf and the coast of Carloforte. If you find yourself traveling around the South of Sardinia, and you don't want to walk, I would highly recommend it.
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  • Located in the southernmost extreme of the island, and the territory relevant to the municipality of Sant'Antioco, Capo Sperone semaphore encapsulates the beauty that the ruins may convey. The wind, the overhanging cliff, the open sea, and the sight of the cow and bull calf islets seen from the Windows of "Su Semafuru" are certainly worth a visit.
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  • Hard-to-reach place mainly because the road is not paved and is very narrow (in some places two cars cannot move simultaneously) however the view from up there makes up for it. Really nice! The Lighthouse is not renovated, but it is beautiful even so, shame about the writings of some vandals. You can go in and there are also guided tours in quad. I recommend bringing something to protect the throat because there is a lot of wind.
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  • "the place was chosen by the Italian Navy in the late 19th century for installing a traffic light post and telegraphic intended for controlling access to the Gulf of Palmas" monument is now in a precarious state because of long neglect and of usual, senseless acts of vandalism. The building consists of two parts. The first looks like a rectangular building with roof double pitch, inside of which there are some functional compartments to the activity of the traffic light and life of the service staff. The second part, facing South, consists of a singular body, semicircular in front. Seen from the front, it looks like a coastal Watchtower with a curb and paving of arms on which in the past was the antenna of the radio equipment. Inside there is the circular control room where open seven large Windows from which you can easily keep an eye on a large stretch of sea. An elegant iron ladder to reach the upper terrace where there is a lookout compartment with roof double pitch. The particular shape of the building reminds the today's appearance of the Tower Cala Caterina Villasimius, with the necessary adaptations used as a traffic light by the Regia Marina in the second half of the 19th century, now home to the air force Teleposto Capo Carbonara Italian Air Force. Near the main building there are other buildings crumbling, once probably used as living room and accommodation for staff.
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