Beautiful cliff near Alghero. In recent years the number of itineraries has almost doubled, thanks also to the work of the artist Massimo Siffu. The routes are short and not particularly simple to interpret (at least for those who are not used to this type of rock).
Access: Coming from Alghero, you pass Fertilia. After a few kilometers heading towards Capo Caccia, before the junction for Maristella, you reach the Palmavera Nuraghe, an archaeological excavation (on the right). After the nuraghe you always take on the right, a dirt road (ATTENTION: on the other side of the road there is a sign indicating the cliff!); take the road and follow it to the junction at the top of the hill, from here go left and follow the road halfway up to a hairpin in the shade, where you can park (1100 m from the asphalt). Leave the car, from the open space you take a path (some white-red sign) that continues towards the north-east and reaches the first streets of the wall (low numbers in the picture).
- Crag: Placche di Peyer
- N. Routes: 34
- Level: 5a/7a
- Height: 170 mt.
- Gear: Discovered and equipped by Giorgio Trova, it is equipped with taps and resin.
- Rock: Falesia characterized by vertical limestone plaques with few overhangs and very sharp concreted limestone rock (max 10-12 m).
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- Update: 21/09/2013
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