There is nothing quite like it anywhere else in the Mediterranean: It’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a strange and mysterious place that evokes deep thoughts and poses unanswered questions. Halfway between Sassari and Olbia, in the Oschiri countryside, nestled in a surreal silence and stunning nature, lies a 10-meter-long slab of granite embellished with a precise sequence of geometric incisions. The stone “table” has been described as a “stone altar” because it sits facing the church of Santo Stefano, whence the name. In a nearby wood of Mediterranean brush is a necropolis with eight domus de Janas, or House of the Fairies, surrounded here and there by rocks with niches where it is hard to distinguish which are the work of man and which that of nature