Our walk will start from the nice beach of Cala Bernardini. We'll follow the road which the ancient Romans built to connect Nora and Bithia (original paving still visible in some stretch), first Phoenician, then Punic and Roman towns, inhabited starting from the 8th century b.C..
Along the path you will be enchanted by the turquoise colour of the sea and the luxuriant Medinerranean scrub. On the way the islet where, in the Poenician and Punic periode, there was the Bithia Tophet (children's cemetery). We'll reach the Spanish tower (XV century) from where we'll enjoy the amazing view of sand dunes, ponds and pink flamingos. We'll stop at the "Su Giudeu" beach for a refreshing plunge...
On the way back, upon request, it is possible to visit the Nora Roman ruins.
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