/ Where can I go in September?

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rjacko10 - on 27 Aug 2014
I'm looking for about a week of good quality climbing somewhere to catch the last sunny Mediterranean rays.

I want to climb with a tour group at about 6B/C lead level. Nearby sea is a must. Otherwise I'm very flexible on everything else. I just want loads of fun :)

Any links or previous experience would be highly appreciated.
Rog Wilko on 27 Aug 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

Cote d'Azur - probably be too hot though!
jjsk8a - on 27 Aug 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

I am off to Majorca's east coast end of sept mainly for DWS but also plan to pop to Tijuana & Cala Magraner for a spot of sport (both coastal venues)
Visit every year as it is that good
Ste Brom - on 27 Aug 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

Kalymnos?
Ingaldo86 - on 27 Aug 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

Climb kalymnos with Simon at kalymnos climbing guide. I climbed with him last autumn and his passion for and knowledge of climbing, friendliness and knowledge of the island were each factors contributing to an awesome climbing holiday. Highly recommended guide!
richardxclark - on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

You may have already sorted yourself out, but if not...

I had a similar requirement and settled on Sardinia (Cala Gonone) because it has the best weather forecast and has lots of hiking & climbing, + cultural sites.

My other post...
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=596745

Useful info on Sardinia climbing...
http://www.peteranne.it/climbing/

Cheers,
Rich
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Owen W-G - on 02 Sep 2014
In reply to rjacko10:

September is the perfect month to visit Croatia.

Paklenica national park = SP, MP and big wall climbing
Hvar = DWS and some sport climbing
Fly to and fro the beautiful Debrovnik if poss and get ferry up coast, else fly to Split for less travelling.

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