The Via Ferrata Cabirol is located in Capo Caccia, a few kilometres from Alghero.
The route winds along the majestic cliff overlooking the sea which is over 200 metres high.
The panorama of priceless beauty embraces a scenery that includes the promontory of Capo Caccia, the deep blue sea and the island of Foradada which takes its name from the cave that crosses it.
The Via Ferrata is characterised by two ledges, one “low” and one “high”, connected by an equipped vertical section.
The “low” ledge is simpler and is followed on the way up; the “high” ledge, more exposed and technical, has short, slightly overhanging passages that lead to the last easy vertical section that ends the route.
The Via Ferrata degli Angeli is located on the south-west side of the Island of Tavolara within the Protected Marine Area of Tavolara – Punta Coda Cavallo.
A curious departure on nautical vehicles wearing technical boots and mountain equipment.
Landed on the beach of Spalmatore and just a few steps on the sand, the path that leads to Punta La Mandria begins: here begins the Via Ferrata degli Angeli with the first exciting passage on a “iscala e fustes”, a typical juniper staircase used in ancient times by Sardinian shepherds.
The via ferrata proceeds along vertical sections and ridge passages that offer panoramic views of unparalleled beauty of the Protected Marine Area.
The effort of the ascent is amply rewarded by the privilege of a view that sweeps from the Gulf of Olbia, embracing all the beaches of the area, to Capo Comino. We also appreciate the considerable extension of the San Teodoro Pond, a site of Community Interest.