Figarolo Island (Olbia) v0.7
The small islet of Figarolo, towering the Gulf of Olbia, is one of the most important natural destinations of the area.
The island, which has an extension of 0.211 km², is built on a Mesozoic limestone bank, set on a 450my old granite basement.
Several Phoenician findings, including remains of amphorae dating back to the 7th century BC, show how the islet was popular, probably due to its position on the route between Phoenician Olbia and Etruria. In 1882 an oval-shaped basin (4×3 m) was discovered, probably the bottom of an ancient Roman water tank.
There is a lighthouse for maritime orientation.
V0.7 – model made with Blender 2.83 and RenderDoc
– terraforming error in the northern side of the island
– vegetation cover to be improved