Travel to Sardinia
Day 2 Santa Teresa Gallura (31 Km)
(in 31 Km) Before returning to Castelsardo we going for a swim at Santa Teresa Gallura. This village is located on a small promontory that falls over Bocca Bonifacio, the strait between Corsica and Sardinia. On the promontory stands Longosardo tower, built in the sixteenth century by order of King Philip II of Spain. When in 1720 the island passed to the Savoy, a village was created around the fortress, which in 1808 would be named Santa Teresa in honor of the woman of Vittorio Emanuele I.
Santa Teresa Gallura - Rena Bianca beach
On the eastern side of the promontory is the port, located in a narrow bay that penetrates several meters inland, being well protected. On the western side lies the bay of Porto Longone, which highlights the Rena Bianca beach, a 700 meters beach of fine sand bright, with light pink tones due to small fragments of coral and equipped with showers, bars, parking area, etc. Its waters are transparent and slightly turquoise color.