The Aguglia di Goloritzé

The beautiful Aguglia Goloritzé is known to be one of Sardinia’s finest climbing routes of excellent limestone rock over an incredible turquoise-coloured sea. The 140 metre cliff rises from the beach of Cala Goloritzé, offering a few different paths with varied difficulty levels from 5c to 7b+ and changing styles of sport and trad climbing.


Climbing the Aguglia di Goloritzé in Sardinia is an experience that is not to be missed for any serious rock climber. The Aguglia is a towering sea stack located in the Gulf of Orosei on the east coast of Sardinia, and is considered by many to be one of the most spectacular climbing destinations in the Mediterranean.

The climb up the Aguglia di Goloritzé is not for the faint of heart. The rock is steep and the climb is long and physically demanding. There are several routes with different grades of difficulty (from 6b to 7b), combining traditional and sport climbing.

The view from the top of the Aguglia di Goloritzé is truly breathtaking. From the summit, climbers can take in panoramic views of the Gulf of Orosei and the surrounding coastline, as well as the other sea stacks in the area. The sense of accomplishment that comes from reaching the summit of the Aguglia is unmatched, and is sure to be a highlight of any climber's career.

Overall, climbing the Aguglia di Goloritzé is a challenging and rewarding experience that should not be missed. The combination of stunning natural beauty and physical challenge make it one of the most unique and memorable climbing destinations in the world.

Enjoy the video starring Alex Honnold and Christian Dorigatti, climbing the magic Aguglia.