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Cala Sa Nau is a small sandy cove, sheltered from the sea by two headlands, one of which is home to an exciting DWS venue. The headland on the right (looking out) starts quite small and offers one or two mid-grade lines. The crag increases in height further right eventually leading to a large cave. This is where the hard routes are with their big fall potential. The amazing Hupolup Kempf crosses the roof of the cave at the lofty grade of 8b. Further right, around the headland, is a small cove with a mini-cave at the back. This is a good starter spot known as the 'Virgin Area'. The climbing is limited but it can keep you entertained for a few hours with mostly short, mid-grade lines.
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