Historically, the island of Sardegna is radically different and quite mysterious compared to Italy as a whole. Many of the most interesting monuments here are archaeological finds dating back to 2000 BC and called Nuraghe, fort-like constructions made of granite blocks, with long walls and towers, which seem to
always blend perfectly into the mountainous contours and surrounding verdant wild nature. One of the best preserved is Nuraghe Riu Mulinu, perched on the hilltop of Cabu Abbas, just a few minutes north of Olbia. This is a magical place for whoever wants to spend a special and timeless day.