Canyoning in the Vallee du Fango from Casa di Luna
The whole site sits in the shade of huge olive trees. They'd never been shaped as would trees for olive production and had grown tall with their spindly branches forming a beautiful canopy of dappled light. It had the feeling of an enchanted wood. We were allowed to choose a pitch and we picked a really spacious plot with trees for our hammocks.
I was overjoyed as we cycled closer and I began to hear the trickling of water. We arrived at the designated coordinates where a few people were swimming under and jumping from a bridge.
The trip up stream continued in this vein for several hours with shallow sections interspersed with beautiful pools of crystal clear water to swim around in. All the while the green-sides of the imposing mountains framed the scene, reminding us where the water in the river had trickled down from.