ONLY THE BEST VIA FERRATA IN SARDINIA
There are some very spectacular Via Ferrata in Sardinia. Starting from the easy and spectacular Cabirol in Alghero to the more alpine Pentumas in the mountains of Supramonte, they all have something special.
We go only on the best Via Ferrata in Sardinia, leaving behind what we consider unsafe or not worthy the trouble. This is why you will find here below only a limited number of options.
Going on a Via Ferrata means exploring a vertical crag and accessing unusual locations with the help of a steel cable, which is used both for safety and to climb up harder passages.
Participants on our tours must be confident with walking on steep and uneven terrain, have no fear of the height and be ready for a bit of physical exercise. Learning how to approach a Via Ferrata is very easy and it doesn’t take more than 15 minutes to master it. Anyhow is imperative that all participants respect all the basic rules and do not break them, putting their or other people’ life at risk.
CHOOSE YOUR VIA FERRATA
VIA FERRATA NORMALE DI TAVOLARA
The Via Ferrata normale di Tavolara is the final part of a beautiful and strenuous trekking that reaches the summit of Punta Cannone (564m asl).
VIA FERRATA Badde Pentumas
The Via Ferrata di Badde Pentumas develops on a high vertical crag of a deep canyon in the heart of Sardinia. It ia immersed on a wild and atmospheric landscape.
VIA FERRATA della Regina
The Via Ferrata della Regina is the one of the easiest and most accessible Via Ferrata in Sardinia. Between the hamlet of Monteleone Rocca Doria and the lake Temo
VIA FERRATA degli Angeli
The Via Ferrata degli Angeli runs on the southern ridge of the island of Tavolara, from the sea straight to the top. It is divided into various sections, for a total ascent of about 600 metres