|Wild Cadapria is a new crag in the extreme south west corner of Sardinia, an area renowned for its rugged beauty and fantastic beaches.
For more information about climbing on this island, read "Multi-pitch sports climbing in Sardinia"
From Cagliari take the SS130 to Iglesias and then follow the SS126 southwardsbefore turning off right for Fontanamare. Continue to Masua beach and then follow the dirt tack past the narrow Roman bridge. Park immediately after this on the left and continue along the road briefly before turning off right onto a small path (olive tree and red marker). Follow this steeply uphill, past bushes and an opening, along a crest and marked trail (red paint dots) to the obvious crag. Allow 20 minutes for the walk-in.
Resin and stainless steel bolts. The entire crag was sponsored by the Bed and Breakfast "A Ca' da Pria" which belongs to Alele Gamba and Flaviano Bessone, at Nebida, via Centrale 256, tel. 0781 474001,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Vertical or overhanging, excellent red/grey featured limestone.
The crag faces S/SE: in winter it receives the sun until 4pm, while in summer it goes into shade at about 5pm (4pm0 for the SE sector).
A great B&B in nearby Nebida
A CA' DA PRIA
Via Centrale 265 - 09010 NEBIDA - IGLESIAS (CA)
Tel. +39 0781 474001
Fax +39 0781 474107
Mobile phone +39 3355376382
29 crags between 10m-170 m high. Excellent limestone.
Grade 5a - 5c: 58 routes
Grade 6a - 6c: 330 routes
Grade 7a - 7c: 168 routes
Grade 8a - 8c: 18 routes