One of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia, the “Bahamas” of Sardinia, only 1.5 hrs from La Marmorata. Perfect for a day trip kind of day, you’ll fall in love with the amazing water and the fact that you can walk in the water for meters and meters alongside the beach!
The most famous beach in all Sardinia - please pay attention for many restrictions on Pelosa beach.
We know , it's a little bit far from the apt but...............In our opinion this is one of the most beautiful white sandy beach of the entire Europe! Restaurants , bars, beach facielties . Pay parking on the street (blue stripes) In July & August we suggest you to come there early in the morning…
“Beautiful beach, equipped and free with showers. The seabed is very shallow and you can walk admiring the fish and the color of the crystal clear water in all variations of blue, suitable for children. Very popular because you can get there on foot from the center of Santa Teresa.”
“Amazing natural park. before it was a famous jail, now it''s a natural marine park. You can do also beautiful scuba divings with authorized companies”
“A famous local peninsula, that offers stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean, local sea stacks, and an unbeatable view of the sunset from the top! The peninsula is reachable by car and doesn't require much climbing. You can also relax and enjoy food and drinks at a restaurant/bar on site.”
“La roccia dell'Elefante è un grosso masso trachitico e andesitico, dal forte color ruggine, notevolmente eroso dagli agenti atmosferici che gli hanno conferito il singolare aspetto di un pachiderma seduto.”
“Palazzo di Città lies in the same area which was occupied from the second half of the 13th century onwards by the Town Hall, the centre of power and headquarters for the institutions of the city of Sassari. This elegant building overlooked “Ruga de Cotinas”, the modern day Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, a main thoroughfare between Castle Gate and the Gate of Saint Biagio. The building was the headquarters of the town offices and archive, which for centuries safeguarde it is now both a theatre and a Museum focused on the history of the Town.”