Sardinia is really rich of waterfalls during the winter or during the rainy season. "Su stampu e su turrunu" waterfall is basically unique in its context here in Sardinia, due to its morphology. Infacts, water has digged a hole during the ages, making a wonderful scenery really and much looked for by landscape photographers of the island. The area surrounding the waterfall is an amazing woodland, rich of many other beauty, that deserve to be seen, mostly in spring when the temperatures are much warm and pleasant.
The path doesn't present many problems, and it's well signed, so I think you won't have any issue to get the waterfall. But, as always, if you need more information or need a guide don't hesitate to contact me.
You can arrive from Seulo village or Sadali village, using the SP8 road, then you need to follow the secondary road until you reach the first car park (#1 car park), or if you have got a off-road car, you can continue following the off-road until you reach the second car park (#2 car park). From there the waterfall is far about 10 minutes by foot, as showed in the map below.
The waterfall, the woodland and streams as well.
As I wrote before, the best period for taking pictures of the waterfall is during the winter, and maybe in spring.
In the area near the waterfall there's another waterfall, "piscina e licona" not so far, maybe 2 kilometers from the #2 car park, and a cave really interesting to see. The cave, called "grotta is janas" is near a public park following the main road SP8 in Sadali direction.
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