The amazingly attractive region centred on the beautifully-situated village of Cala Gonone, with its small harbour and gorgeous beaches makes a pleasant change from the high-rise fleshpots of the Spanish Costas. Single and multi-pitch climbing is in abundance, mountain cragging and waterside venues are easily mixed and matched and there is sport for all with lots across the grade range from perfect slabby 4s to tendon-searing 8s. All the climbing in this region is on limestone but the variation in the crags is what makes this spot so appealing. Mornings can be spent gently roasting on huge walls of boiler-plate slabs, the afternoons tugging on pockets and tufas whilst an evening saunter up a huge pinnacle or buttress will set the scene for some entertaining Italian-style apres-climbing indulgences.
Cala Luna - Slabs, Cala Luna - Beach
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