Santa Teresa di Gallura

Santa Teresa Gallura is the part of Sardinia closest to Corsica. Overlooking one of the most beautiful seas in the world, the Gallura town offers countless reasons to be visited and not just for the sea.
Due to its strategic position, Santa Teresa is the ideal starting point for several day trips to the most famous places in central and northern Sardinia and nearby Corsica.
The inhabited center is developed around two inlets: that of Porto Longone and that of Rena Bianca, among the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia, characterized by a beach of very fine white sand.
The Romans did not miss this highly strategic landing, located a short distance from the other colony of the empire, Corsica. The influence of Roman domination shines through the network of streets in which the historical centre is located, with arteries that converge around the two main squares. From Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, animated by bars, shops and crowded with tourists in the summer months, you can reach, via Via XX Settembre, the Aragonese Tower of the sixteenth century, from which you can admire the mouths of Bonifacio and Corsica. A few hundred metres from the center, you reach the port, lying on a picturesque fjord, from which ferries depart for Bonifacio and the various daily excursions to the archipelago of La Maddalena, l’Asinara and the Corsican archipelago. The historic centre and the tourist harbour of Santa Teresa are just some of the obligatory stops on a journey that begins with a pleasant walk around the town in the company of the mistral, and continues with the discovery of Northern Sardinia and nearby Corsica.