Coasteering Cala Gonone


Coasteering Cala Gonone


The Coasteering of Cala Gonone is an exciting adventure on the rocky coastline, including passages through natural caves, tunnels and lots of jumps into deep water. This route develops along the massive cliffs between Cala Gonone and Orosei, between immense boulders and crystal-clear water, mixing walking and swimming. Be ready to explore the most thrilling features of the coast. We will crawl through secret tunnels, scramble over the boulders and jump into the deep sea to overcome the most challenging passages. The Coasteering of Cala Gonone is suitable for beginners and families too. We often guide groups with active children who have a great time at exploring and swimming. It is fundamental to ve able to swim.

Forget laying on the beach, come to Coasteering, and turn your holiday into a real adventure!

From our meeting point, we will take a short boat ride to reach the start point of the Coasteering tour. From the Grotta dei Colombi, we will walk along the rocky coast among caves, enormous boulders, sneaky passages, and many jumps into the Sardinian crystal-clear sea.

Massive rocks stacked along with the coastline range vastly in dimensions, offering countless options for jumping. While many love diving into the sea and enjoy the highest jump at over 8 meters of height, those who do not feel confident do not have to jump at all, simply walking down to the water.

We will end our Coasteering route at Grotta di Biddiriscottai (aka Millennium), where we will have a little break and get ready for the way back. There are some rocks where it is possible to lay down and an interesting seafloor to explore.


From the end of the Coasteering to the Port of Orosei, it takes about 15 minutes on a dinghy boat.



Meeting: Molo Marina di Orosei  09:00
Arrival to start point: 09:30
End of Coasteering route: 13:00
Return estimated: 13:30

Timing is indicative and varies depending on the group's size and average skills.


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Coasteering di Cala Gonone, Sardinia

Coasteering Cala Gonone


We provide

  • Helmet
  • Wetsuit (or floating jacket, depending on the heath)
  • Harness
  • Draining backpacks
  • Waterproof containers

Participants should have

  • Hiking shoes, suitable for walking on rocks
  • Bathing suit
  • Some food and 1,5 litres of water per person


Please give us a call or send an email describing your request. We will be happy to organize your perfect coasteering tour.



What is Coasteering?

Coasteering is a sports activity that takes place along rocky coastlines, between rocks and the sea. Participants walk on the rocks, scramble on boulders, pass through hidden passages, jump into deep water and swim close to the coast. 

Is the coasteering tour in Cala Gonone difficult or dangerous?

The coasteering tour in Cala Gonone is not particularly hard or dangerous. Just like any other Coasteering tour, it includes fiddly passages over slippery or really sharp rocks. Participants should feel confident walking on rocks and listen to our guide’s advice, trying not to expose themselves to unnecessary dangers.

Am I forced to dive into the water?

In the Coasteering of Cala Gonone, we have various options for diving into the sea, where the highest is about 8 meters.

Diving is NEVER obligatory. Those who want to dive can do it, and they can even get back up and dive again. Those who DON’T want to dive can always choose a lower rock or simply walk into the water.

Do I have to be fit to participate in Coasteering?

Yes, it is better to be in good physical shape.

Coasteering is a complete aerobic activity. Both walking on rocks and swimming in the sea require minimal endurance and confidence with fatigue.

What should I wear?

First of all, hiking shoes.

We will walk on sharp rocks for many hours, it is important that you have closed shoes. We recommend an old pair of trainers, which you won’t care if get scratched by the rocks. We will wear a wetsuit, so please come to the meeting point wearing your bathing suit and possibly a polyester t-shirt.