From Crocetta, we continue along the trail, admiring the spectacular views of the lake and the coast in the direction of Compignano as we dive deep into the woods of oak, chestnut and cork trees, the latter of which, called sughero in Italian, lends its name to the trail. We move in the direction of Compignano, still surrounded by vegetation, passing by Villa Hernandez and Villa Baldini, two other stunning buildings. Villa Baldini, with its splendid Italian garden, was home to Paolina Bonaparte for a short time, a noblewoman and sister of Napoleon. The trail continues to our final destination, Compignano, where we arrive after crossing a cobblestone road that leads to the Church of San Frediano. To get back to the starting point, we need only to retrace our steps.