Santa Teresa di Gallura is an unspoilt seaside resort town which lies on the northern tip of Sardinia. The southern coast of Corsica can be seen from the beach near the town of Santa Teresa di Gallura.
Santa Teresa di Gallura is a well-known yacht charter destination in Sardinia and its main harbor lies on the most northern tip of Sardinia at about 11 miles from the southern coast of Corsica.
The Marina di Santa Teresa di Gallura (Longosardo) is beautifully sited on a long narrow bay fringed by some attractive coves.
It is one of the most modern and best ports in the area, offering more than 760 berths for yachts measuring up to 35m long.
For yacht charterers who are concerned about the environment, it is important to note that the marina boasts all the services that are needed for eco-friendly sailing.
This concern of the environment is also reflected on the various sailing official certificates that the marina has earned since it was built.
Santa Teresa di Gallura has a rich history and is an interesting place to visit as a yacht charter. You will have the opportunity to visit numerous archaeological places in its beautiful countryside which is bathed in the Mediterranean scrub.
There are numerous churches, museums, historical buildings, monuments, palaces and archaeological ruins to be discovered in the area.
In the beautiful scenery of Santa Teresa Gallura, you can find a lot of sports activities that you can practice thanks to the outstanding facilities and great environment.
The crystal clear sea allows you to admire the magnificent seabed and also gives you the opportunity to try scuba diving, fish watching and fish haunting thanks to our qualified instructors.
Santa Teresa Gallura can boast of some beautiful Sardinia beaches. Beside them, can be found countless wonderful creeks and coves, everyone with unique traits.
Rena Bianca (white sand) is the Villages beach. From the church square, lanes and steps go down to the sea. The beach is sheltered from the western wind by the isle of Municca and the islet Municchedda.