Santa Teresa Gallura, discover the most beautiful part of Sardinia

Experience incredible archaeological sites or enjoy a day of diving, trekking and excursions among the islands of La Maddalena


Santa Teresa Gallura offers incredible and unique scenery in Northern Sardinia for diving enthusiasts or those who like to observe the ocean bottom by snorkeling. This is due to its proximity to the Maddalena Archipelago, Corsica and Capo Testa. Along the coast, you can admire its stupendous pink and rare black coral, giant groupers and fascinating shipwrecks.

Boat trips

Boat trips to the Maddalena Archipelago leave daily from Santa Teresa Gallura, allowing you to explore the charming islands of Caprera, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Santa Maria, Razzoli and Spargi. These excursions cross the Bonifacio Straight, entering French territory.


There numerous trekking routes to follow every day.
These include La Cuntessa, a signposted trail that winds around a hill, to Capo Testa, which takes you to the granite outcrop encircling the lighthouse. There is also the suggestive Cala Grande, also called the Valle della Luna or Valley of the Moon, and the Roman quarries.. Another scenic area is Punta Falcone, at the extreme southern end of Sardinia. There, you can visit the Ferrero Battery, dating from World War II.

Archaeological Sites

In Santa Teresa Gallura you can visit one of the most important archaeological sites of Northern Sardinia. Located in the area of Santa Reparata at the foot of a granite promontory, the Lu Brandali site consists of a nuragh (stone tower typical of Sardinia), a village, a tomb of the giants, and a number of other tombs -an amazing testament to the Nuragh civilisation.