For those of you not familiar with the term, a “via ferrata” is a protected climbing route, usually found in the Alps, whereby a steel cable runs along the route and is fixed to the rock every 3 to 10 meters. The southern most via ferrata in Europe is the Via Ferrata del Cabirol at Capo Caccia.
It is not particularly difficult, placed so that your feet are almost always on narrow exposed ledges. The environment and view out onto the sea and the dramatic coastline render this ferrata absolutely unique.
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