CALA LUNA


Cala Luna is an isolated beach, about 4km down the coast from the road end by Cala Fuili, south of Cala Gonone. It is visited by boats and other travellers in the Summer months, but is mostly deserted at less popular times. The climbing is situated on 2 very different cliffs on opposite sides of the bay. The main ‘Beach’ area is a series of spectacular caves, separated by pillars, consisting of superb and compact rock. The other area is a vast and barely developed headland with a big slab of rock. The grades on this second sector are more friendly but the position is intimidating with exposure from the first moves owing to the steep slope below the crag.

Routes

22 sport routes (5...8a+)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Cala Luna - Slabs
The right-hand side (looking out) of the beach has a huge tower of rock overlooking the pier where...
10
Sport
Morning sun
Downhill

60 mins

20
Cala Luna - Beach
The left-hand side (looking out) of the beach is a spectacular area of walls and caves with some...
12
Sport
Morning sun
Downhill

60 mins

Seepage
21
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  • Latest Comments

    For CALA LUNA

    La prima goccia
    "Stunning exposed setting, great sustained climb. Finger tape will help. I though..." 30/Apr top50

    Araj
    "This is 7b in some guides, which I thought was more correct. Good fun, hard fini..." 14/Dec top50

    Vampiri di vetro
    "there are l,oads of routes on the wall round from the slabs, the first short ste..." 24/Apr

    Aube
    "More like 7c+" 24/Apr

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