From the commercial port of Bonifacio, take a trip to Santa Teresa di Gallura, a small charming village in Northern Sardinia. It is only 12 km from Bonifacio, about an hour by boat; several rotations are programmed daily all year round.
Santa Teresa, a small colourful village
During the crossing, you can enjoy the breath taking landscape: the cliffs, the citadel of Bonifacio, the Lavezzi islands and wild coastlines of Corsica and Sardinia… Enjoy wandering through the colourful streets of the old town with it numerous arts and crafts boutiques… Don’t miss the visits to the 9th century parish church, the Longosardo Tower, the Nuraghe (megalithic edifice) “Lu Brandali” and a swim in the waters of the animated Rena Bianca beach.
Santa Teresa: culinary specialties
For food lovers: don’t miss a “buon caffé ristretto” a small very strong Italian coffee on a sunny terrace, a typical local dish, la zuppa gallurese” – a bread soup with meat and pecorino, accompanied by a glass of white wine, the Vermentino di Gallura with it delicate aroma of fresh flowers.
Santa Teresa, near the Esmeralda coast and the Marine Park of the Maddalena
For those who have a couple of days and a ca,r don’t miss the nearby Capo Testa and its Vallée de la Lune, the Esmeralda coast as well as its hikes and beaches. You can also take a boat from the port of Santa Teresa to visit the National Marine Park of the archipelago of the Maddalena, stretching from Northern Sardinia to the extreme South of Corsica.
- Environment : Sardinia
Why it’s nice !
- Only 12 km away, enjoy a days outing without your car
- Get away to enjoy another language, other landscapes, another country
- The food is delicious
- Thursdays: the local market