Climbers from all around the world come to la Cerra not only for bouldering, but also to reach the top of Monte Pulchiana, the largest granite monolith in Europe, which together with Sarra di lu Tassu stands behinde our farm. Around Monte Pulchiana area there are indeed several rope climbing and trad routes, with stunning cracks, slabs and overhangs. Among those, the legendary bolted route of Pochaontas is one of the most popular lines, composed by four pitches and very appreciated for its aesthetics. Recently another stunning route was rebolted the famous climber Maurizio Oviglia. It’s name is “Arcu de Chelu” (rainbow in Sardinian Language), for a total of 6 pitches.


For those who don’t like the rope, the spacious and welcoming summit of Pulchiana, with its breathtaking panorama that on clear days allows you to see as far as the sea, can also be reached by foot. 
If you are keen into spending more days of your holidays rope-climbing, we strongly suggest you to visit Monte Tuvu, only 20 minutes by car from La Cerra. This granite crag offers more than 30 routes with a spectacular view over Capo Testa and the North-coast.