Ddieri of Baulì
Ddieri, from the Arab Al diar (house) are dwellings carved in rock, often in inaccessible places.
They are characteristic of this Hyblean area and they are found in the walls of the canyon, to say the least, a little inaccessible (either for the difficulty of descending that for the extremely dense vegetation).
Here in the ancient woods of Bauli, there are several. One of them is in some ways still accessible.
It is wonderful and a bit adventurous reach it. Like your visit among the rooms carved in the rock that climb on the walls of this Sicilian ‘cava’ (canyon). And, it is very beautiful to look out from one of the windows carved in rock: the charming panorama is a vision (photo).
The access road for the path that leads to the Ddieri is The access road to the path for the ddieri is at 37° 1'3.21"N 14°55'46.37"E, on the SP80
From this point you have to walk for almost 30 minutes until arrive to the descent for the dwellings, inside the forest, approximately 37° 1'37.48"N 14°56'34.61"E