The area is on Monte Mannu, approx.
eight km from Ossi towards Florinas,
and was discovered some time ago
by Fabio Fadda from Sardegna Verticale.
An unpaved road, an old cuile (sheepfold),
a nice fountain and an enormous
centuries-old holm-oak. On top,
in front of the Domus de’Janas,
the small unexplored wall. The bottom
of the cliff is covered by a jungle
of thorns and a few days’ work is
necessary in order to create an
access before touching the rock.
Once the area is accessible, first
throws are possible.
The routes are not longer than 12
m, but the climb is fun and technical,
mainly on slabs, graded 5b to probable
7a. The limestone has an excellent
consistency and the routes are equipped
with resined bolts and chains at
It surely deserves a visit for the
magnificent panoramic view onto
the north-western coast and the
From the S.S 131 (the Sassari tunnels)
take the turn to Ossi (4km).
Cross the town for approx. 1 km
taking the main road and after you
pass it, you will find the sign
to the Domus de’Janas at the first
Turn left (s.p. 97 towards Florinas).
After eight km along the old, winding
road you will find the sign again,
on the left, at the beginning of
an unpaved road (500m) which leads
us to a large holm-oak beneath the
Follow the path along the dry-stone
wall which allows you to reach both
the far left side and the central
slab of the wall in about ten minutes.
Ideal period: all year long, except
in summer from 13 due to the exposition
to the sun (north-west) and in winter
on cold days when the maestrale