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Santa Teresa Gallura Holidays

This typical Sardinian town is located on the rugged northern coast and enjoys simply breathtaking views across the Straits of Bonifacio towards Corsica. In fact, it's possible to jump on the ferry here for a day trip to France! Why not hop across the water to visit the fascinating medieval town of Bonifacio which has a dramatic cliff top location and pretty cobbled streets. There are also lots of other boat trips you can take from the marina to nearby islands.

Santa Teresa's beach is called Rena Bianca and takes its name from its lovely white sand. But there are also many other beaches nestling in nearby coves. Also nearby is Capo Testa, a promontory which is great for trekking and seeing the local wildlife. The town is quite small but has a good selection of bars and restaurants serving the local specialities and of course, plenty of seafood!

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Santa Teresa Gallura. 

Useful Information

Resort Code: ITSN + ITSR

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Currency: EUR

  • from£499pp
  • 125 rooms

The Grand Hotel Capo Testa is an elegant hotel set on the sandy beach of Rena di Ponente, offering wonderful views over the bay, which can also be seen from the infinity pools. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, only 3km from Santa Teresa. From here, daily ferries run to and from Corsica, making it a perfect place to stay for those wanting to explore.

  • from£810pp
  • 271 rooms

A spectacular resort and world class spa, enjoying a secluded and peaceful location allowing you access to beautiful sandy beaches.

Travel and Transportation

Car hire available: No

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: No

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Spend your holiday exploring picturesque towns, bronze age settlements and idyllic white sandy beaches and coves on the shores of Northern Sardinia and Southern Corsica. 


Experience the Caribbean like beaches, rugged alpine hinterlands and historic villages on this week self-drive through Sardinia.

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