Sardinia is a climbing paradise. Climbing means having fun inside splendid panoramas and on compact and beautiful rock, experiencing the thrill and thrill of an outdoor activity of great impact. Even for those who have no experience, climbing with an Alpine Guide is possible from the first day, moving on the rock in total safety under the control and suggestions of an expert. An experience that will leave an indelible memory of this magnificent land.
The needlefish of Goloritzè needs no introduction, a perfect limestone monolith that seems to have been projected from the sky in one of the most beautiful coves in Sardinia.Climbing the Aguglia is a dream for many climbers, you can choose the long route based on the experience of the single climber.
The Rio Zairi is one of South Sardinia’s most popular canyoning sites, but visitors might be wary of adventuring along the river’s rocks and slopes if they don’t have any prior experience. This tour provides entry-level canyoning suitable for all levels of experience, with optional challenges thrown into the mix. You’ll jump waterfalls, slide down wet rock slopes, and climb down cliffs by rope. Finish the tour with a typical Sardinian snack, a “sa picchettada.”
Climbing on Sugarloaf is a beautiful adventure, certainly a unique experience to add to your vacation. The tallest stack in the Mediterranean is a 10-minute raft ride from the mainland and offers unforgettable views.The rock is also a beautiful compact limestone. The help of the mountain guide allows even those with little experience to conquer this natural wonder.
The territory is comprised of a narrow coastal plain on which insists on hilly rock formations overhanging the sea. Spontaneous vegetation is made up of thermo-aerofoil patches and plant associations typical of coastal flora. During the coasteering experience, you will be able to see wrecks of ancient junipers crafted with the windmill.An ancient Roman road that connects the cities of Bithia (Chia) to Nora (Pula) and Karalis (Cagliari), will lead us to the start of the Coasteering, an extraordinary and evocative cave where you can try various disciplines such as swimming, climbing, and dive. Still, it’s just one of the surprises we’ll encounter on this itinerary.We will live together with one of the fascinating stretches of the area, where the crystalline water and the scent of the Mediterranean scrub blend to give you a new, fresh, dynamic, and adrenaline adventure!
Boarding at the Warung Beach Club. Ten minutes by sea, you can reach the landing directly at the beginning of the Via Ferrata, at sea level. Along its sheer cliffs, there are three sport climbing routes (1. DIDI; 2. FRANCESCO'S NIGHTMARE; 3. RADIO IN GALENA), a 45-meter descent and the via ferrata called "the Miners' Path" . On the Pan di Zucchero plateau, a ring path marked by stone men is visible, indicating the most important lookout points. To admire the stretch of coast that from Masua beach reaches Cala Domestica and the structure of Porto Flavia, and to the south Laveria Lamarmora. The descent can be made, for the more experienced, returning to the roof of the cave where there is a stop for a rappel ride directly on the dinghy, the jump is about 45 meters, otherwise you can retrace the via ferrata to the starting point from which to re-embark for the return to Masua Beach.
Pedra Longa, on the marvelous sea of Baunei, offers a high quality rock to climb a beautiful long route overlooking the sea.The experience of starting directly from the sea and climbing admiring the marvelous east coast of Sardinia will be a difficult experience to forget.