Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and lies about 120 miles west of the Italian coast.
Some sport climbing venues around the Med distinctly lack an adventurous or ‘wilderness’ ambience. Not so Sardinia - its spectacular and unspoilt coastline features wind-sculpted granite boulders and cliffs in the north, and magnificent cliffs of weathered limestone (interspersed with small fishing villages) overlook transparent blue seas along the south and east coasts. Inland, the landscape is rugged and mountainous, giving opportunities for longer mountain routes above remote gorges and olive groves. It is a very special climbing destination and will treat any standard of climber to an adventurous holiday with climbing of the highest quality.
From sea-cliff climbing to the more remote cliffs inland, we climb at a variety of locations normally using two different bases, allowing us to explore much of Sardinia and to sample its culture and cuisine. Below is a selection of the venues we can visit during a one-week trip to the island.