The Codula Fuili is a dry canyon located near the town of Cala Gonone, on the west coast of Sardinia. The canyoning descent of the Codula Fuili is 3 kilometres long and includes 4 abseils as high as 23 metres. The entire descent takes about 3 hours.
Starting from the mountains above the town we will enter the ancient riverbed, following its course through narrow gorges and down to the sea. At the end of the canyon, we will reach the tiny cove Cala Fuili, known for its beauty and for being the start of the trekking to Cala Luna.
We will enter an unfamiliar and silent part of Sardinia, where only birds of prey and tiny reptiles are at home. On walking the Codula Fuili we will witness the scars of past geological turmoil. Ancient rivers and volcanoes gave life to a continuous process of erosion and deposit, forming large plateaus and carving deep and narrow gorges.
We will meet in Cala Gonone and park our cars by the beach Cala Fuili. Before you book your tour please read below and choose how you would prefer to reach the canyon.
For groups that prefer walking, we will start our adventure from the cove Cala Fuili, hiking on an ancient mule track used by charcoal burners during the nineteenth century. Passing from abandoned shepherds huts and caves, we will reach the entrance of the canyon Codula Fuili in about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The total time with the long approach is about 6 hours.
In order to avoid the walk, you can opt for a car transfer. Driving our off-road vehicles on a dirt-track, our guide will carry the group to the entrance of the canyon. It takes about 40 minutes from Cala Fuili. The canyon ends where we parked our cars.
The total time with the short approach is about 5 hours.
Please wear comfortable clothes and trainers.
Meeting Location: Cala Fuili (end of the road)
Meeting Time: 9:00 am
Estimated Return: 3:00 pm