The 'complesso La Contessa' is located just 5 minutes' walk from the beach and the centre of Santa Teresa di gallura. Quiet and peaceful, has easy access to all amenities, including local excellent restaurants, markets, nice local shops and the cinema.
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The 'complesso La Contessa' is located just 5 minutes' walk from the beach and the centre of Santa Teresa di gallura. Quiet and peaceful, has easy access to all amenities, including local excellent restaurants, markets, nice local shops and the cinema. For those who want to feel like home but loves the sea and whant to discover day by day new and quiet beaches or would make excursions with the boats that starts from the Port of Santa Teresa only 1 km far from the complex.On the North Sardinian coast is Santa Teresa di Gallura, an ancient and fishing village and since many years one of the most famous seaside resorts loved and admired by tourists from all over the world.This ancient village of tightly knit buildings is sitting on a rocky plateau facing the Bocche di Bonifacio and the numerous beaches as the famous Rena Bianca which has received the recognition of "Blue Flag" thanks to its very limpid sea with incredible turquoise and emerald water.Services and optional activities that you can do in Santa Teresa:Daily excursions with motor-ships to the Archipelago of the Maddalena (Isle of Budelli, Spargi, Santa Maria, La Maddalena);Daily excursions with motor-ships to the Arcipelago Corso (Isle of Lavezzi, Cavallò, Piana e Bonifacio);Excursions to Monte Limbara with motorcycle;Diving center, trekking, fishing.Absolutely to visit is the Aragonese Tower of the XVI century that you can easily reach from the square facing the port. From here you admire the famous beach "Rena Bianca", the Corsica island with its archipelago composed of Lavezzi, Cavallò and Piana, the archipelago of Maddalena with the mytic Budelli and its "Spiaggia Rosa", Spargi, Razzoli and Santa Maria. On the back the Gallura interland and maquis stretch for kilometres with their granitic rocks moulded by the wind.