The Sardinia offers some of the most spectacular via ferrata in terms of landscape in Italy and - probably - the world.
The Ferrata del Cabirol and the Ferrata degli Angeli on the Island of Tavolara develop on rocks overlooking the sea in environments that combine the magnificent sea of the island with the harshness of its rocks with routes that are hardly forgotten.
Over theSardinian hinterland some very characteristic via ferratas are also found. The Via Ferrata Giorrè and the Ferrata of Badde Pentumas develop on rocky buttresses where ledges and exposed traverses are the masters. The recent paths of the Medusa Castle and Regina instead are more athletic and vertical.