Paradise Lost: Moon Valley in Sardinia

Since 60s the island is a destination for hippies and people who want to run away from the society

Moon Valley is located on a small peninsula (Capo Testa) in the extreme north of Sardinia Island.

Since 60s the island is a destination for hippies and people who want to run away from the society.

Weird Italy sardegna Paradise Lost: Moon Valley in Sardinia Magazine What to see in Italy  valle della luna the skull sardinia moon valley hippies   It’s formed by seven valleys divided by huge granite hills and locally it’s called “The Skull”. The peninsula is dotted by caves, some of them inhabited. In 1971 one of the first Italian hippie commune was founded in Cala Grande in Gallura. The valley now is frequented by alternative people, rastas, punks, backpackers, etc.



 

Original Intro image file – Santa Teresa di Gallura

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