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At Cala Gonone numerous sports can be practised, with new, modern facilities, submerged in the surrounding greenery.

This is a real paradise for lovers of more extreme sports, such as free mountain climbing and bungee jumping. The area has, in fact, been inundated by climbing enthusiasts, who skilfully scale the countless nailed routes and sheer summits. The climate, mild and temperate, ensures that climbing can take place most of the year.

The sea, with its crystal-clear waters lapping around the various coves and ravines, hides numerous relics from the Second World War, providing a rare treat for intrepid divers. For beginners, or those looking to improve their diving skills, a number of schools exist, with fully qualified instructors eager to share their knowledge of the sublime submarine world around Sardinia.

Cala Gonone is not only sea, however – it is also mountains. Untarmacked roads and paths with various degrees of difficulty offer fans of trekking and mountain biking the chance to explore the area’s extremely varied natural landscape. Moreover, there are excellent facilities for other disciplines, such as tennis, with associations even organising competitive tournaments.

For all levels of go-karters, there is a high-speed circuit, with professional drivers to whisk you around breathtaking bends. Traditional sports such as football and volleyball are equally well catered for in Cala Gonone, with first-rate facilities and always enough willing volunteers to make up a team!

Windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing and fishing complete the spectrum of sports and make Cala Gonone the perfect choice for a relaxing, comfortable and, above all, fun holiday.

At Cala Gonone numerous sports can be practised, with new, modern facilities, submerged in the surrounding greenery. This is a real paradise for lovers of more extreme sports, such as free mountainclimbing and bungee jumping. The area has, in fact, been inundated by climbing enthusiasts, who skilfully scale the countless nailed routes and sheer summits. The climate, mild and temperate, ensures that climbing can take place most of the year. The sea, with its crystal-clear waters lapping around the various coves and ravines, hides numerous relics from the Second World War, providing a rare treat for intrepid divers. For beginners, or those looking to improve their diving skills, a number of schools exist, with fully qualified instructors eager to share their knowledge of the sublime submarine world around Sardinia. Cala Gonone is not only sea, however – it is also mountains. Untarmacked roads and paths with various degrees of difficulty offer fans of trekking and mountain biking the chance to explore the area’s extremely varied natural landscape. Moreover, there are excellent facilities for other disciplines, such as tennis, with associations even organising competitive tournaments. For all levels of go-karters, there is a high-speed circuit, with professional drivers to whisk you around breathtaking bends. Traditional sports such as football and volleyball are equally well catered for in Cala Gonone, with first-rate facilities and always enough willing volunteers to make up a team! Windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing and fishing complete the spectrum of sports and make Cala Gonone the perfect choice for a relaxing, comfortable and, above all, fun holiday.

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