Monte Falcone (2hs1/2)
Through a mule-track you reach Case Romane, the rests of ancient Roman settlements, where you can take your last water supply. From here go on along a zigzag path on the ridge of the mountain. Climbing on the right, the view widens from the rocks sheer to the sea until Punta Troia, and after a sort of pass (at 570 m.) it will open to the west slope of the island, offering the suggestive view of the dolomitic towers, furrowed by verdant deep valleys fast sloping to the sea. When you get to the summit (686 m.) the view opens 360° over the sea, which on clear days becomes a beautiful palette of colours, and over the islands nearby, which seem to be within reach.