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Cascata di Sos Molinos, Santu Lussurgiu

(4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Cascata di Sos Molinos is located in Santu Lussurgiu. Arrange your visit to Cascata di Sos Molinos and discover more family-friendly attractions in Santu Lussurgiu using our Santu Lussurgiu travel itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • I am an outdoor enthusiast in all its aspects, one of which is the falls. We decide to go and see this waterfall we read some review and was not at all disappointed. The road to get there is great, the signs could use a little more present and not create paranoia of "I'll be on the right track?". The parking lot is huge considering that also functions as a lookout, the trail is steep but well kept and the waterfall while not the highest is definitely a sight not to be missed. I would recommend getting some little path along the river both upstream and downstream of the main falls, you will find beautiful natural views.
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  • Beautiful spectacle offered by nature. Ideal for a day trip with children. Easy to spot.
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  • The falls are worth seeing Sos Molinos! Descend a steep staircase with high, but the scenery that you discover on arrival is truly exceptional. Only drawbacks are the signs that do not exist except for a tiny cartel that is nearby.
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  • Halfway between Bonarcado and Santu Lussurgiu, accessible by car, or wishing the country with a walk of about 20 minutes, these small waterfalls are surrounded by vegetation and were rediscovered and especially appreciated thanks to the contributions of the European Community, through which was securing the descent, with handrails, and rearranged the old mill that fed with its water. Arrived at the bottom, you can see a jump of thirty meters on lava stone, and enjoy nature and peace.
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  • In a hidden canyon. You are accessing the site via a steep trail
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  • Awesome to see in winter when it will drop more water
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  • Lovely place!
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  • Place filled with magic and relaxation.
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