Excursions in Ulassai
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Ulassai’s canyon, situated just above the town, is regarded as one of Sardinia’s best climbing sites. Without a doubt this area is destined to become better-known and appreciated by Europe’s top climbers.
A step from sky. Immerse ourselves in the beauty and majesty of rock called Tacchi (literally, Heels), among the silent woods, where deer flitted furtively, among the calcareous uplands, whipped by the wind, the mysterious caves and thundering waterfalls that make even greater natural heritage of this land.
A huge calcareous massif Bruncu Matzeu, which rises above the municipality Ulassai in the Valley of the River Rio Pardu River. It is located slightly more than 20 kilometres from the East coast of Sardinia, the pass is covered with wild vegetation, surrounded by oak forests, where waft aroma of arbutus and rosemary.
Go into the world of art, discover the works of Maria Lai, the artist of these environs, deeply connected with the native tradition. Art and nature coexist harmoniously arranged in such peaceful surrounding area.
This is a real paradise for bikers and history enthusiasts, who want to experience the great adventure in one of the most suggestive kingdoms of nature. Get on a bike … or just go for a walk on the fresh air, enjoying leisurely a miracles, among which you move.
Explore the mysterious passages, in a landscape millions of years old, hidden between Ulassai’s tacchi, and discover a unique and fascinating world. The cavern “Su Marmuri”, thanks to its kilometric ength and an average height of 35m,
Maria Lai, an artist born in Ulassai, has used inspiration from her native land to create a new world, an infinity of images and shapes, that have made her famous far from her birthplace and, at the same time, have consolidated her links with her origins.
40 km of coastline along the wildest part of Sardinia, vertical sea cliffs, punctuated by deep incisions which interrupt the impressive walls of rock and form the “cale” (bays) and beaches which are the true jewels of the Mediterranean.