Grotta Su Marmuri

Just above the Lecorci waterfalls we can find Su Marmuri, one of the largest and most imposing cave in Sardinia, 100 meters long with a variable height of 30 to …

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Scala di San Giorgio

Along the series of rocky cliffs that delimit the vast limestone plateau called Taccu of Osini, to the east, is Scala di San Giorgio (St George’s ladder) that is about …

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Punta la Marmora

Punta La Marmora Panoramio

Rough, barren and deserted is how the mountain appears from 1200 mt upwards with the famous peaks of Gennargentu: Monte Spada, Bruncu Spina, Punta Paulina and Punta La Marmora, the …

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Perda Liana

Perda Liana Mountain (1293mt) dominates the whole territory and is visible from far away. Around the mountain there are limestone rocks, some of them very large in size, which have …

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I Tacchi d’Ogliastra

The Tacchi are uplands of calcareous origin with sheer vertical walls standing out against the neighbouring mountains. They are the most original element of the this area of 28 km, …

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Gola di Gorroppu

With its 500 m high cliffs the gorge of Gorropu is the deepest canyon in Europe, meets the eye in all its rugged beauty: a unique natural sanctuary, attracting thousands …

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