Monte Corrasi is the highest peak of Sardinia's Supramontes, from its height of 1463 m. dominates the whole area of Barbagia, pushing the gaze to the coast of the Gulf of Orosei. The path that starts from Tuones at about 1050 m.s.l.m. it will take you to the top through an almost lunar environment, with rare large trees that peep out among the white limestone expanse softened in the spring summer months by beautiful and rare blooms (orchids, Rosa Peonia, helichrysum and Santolina) and a rare endemism which grows only here: Nepeta Foliosa. The limestone wall has always protected the Supramonte and the same Corrasi while still keeping it uncontaminated. The only traces of man are the pinnettos: ancient sheepfolds of the shepherds who lived in these lands.
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