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Agriturismo Saltara

Natalia and Gian Mario welcome you warmly at this agriturismo, 10km south of town off the SP90 (follow signs up a dirt track). Tables are scenically positioned under the trees for a home-cooked feast. Wood-fired bre…
Seafood in Santa Teresa di Gallura

La Locanda dei Mori

Immersed in a country setting just off the main road 6km south of Santa Teresa, this lovely agriturismo spreads a sea of tables onto its open-air terrace each summer. Guests come from miles around for the Locanda's …
Beach in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Spiaggia Rena Bianca

The 'just like the Caribbean' comments come thick and fast when it comes to this bay – a glorious sweep of pale sand lapped by shallow, crystal-clear aquamarine water. From the eastern tip, a trail threads along the…
Arts & Crafts in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Mascheras

Watch Signor Maura at work, skilfully carving traditional Sardinian carnival masks, at this tiny shop. His intricate masks include the wooden boes and merdules (character masks; from €130) typical of Ottana. There’s…
Cafe in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Caffè Mediterraneo

With its arched windows, polished-wood bar and jazzy beats, this stylish cafe attracts a young, good-looking crowd. Join them for morning coffee or a cool evening cocktail. Mediterraneo also doubles as a restaurant,…
Sardinian in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Da Thomas

Santa Teresa's go-to spot for romantic dinners and special occasions, this sleek eatery with wrap-around windows and a cool white interior serves some of the best food in town, accompanied by an excellent (and gener…
Mediterranean in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Il Grottino

Il Grottino sets a rustic picture with bare, grey stone walls and warm, low lighting. In keeping with the look, the food is wholesome and hearty with no-nonsense pastas, fresh seafood, juicy grilled meats and wood-f…
Tower in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Torre di Longonsardo

The 16th-century Torre di Longonsardo is in a magnificent position, overlooking the natural deep port on one side and the entrance to the town's idyllic (but crowded) Spiaggia Rena Bianca on the other.
Bar in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Bar Central 80

Right on the main square, this central hub swells with happy holidaymakers until the early hours. Grab an outside table and enjoy ringside views of the piazza with your drink.
Club in Santa Teresa di Gallura

Estasi’s

Towards Palau, 3km south of town, is Santa Teresa’s nightlife hub, centred on this outdoor club, where DJs and the occasional band crank up the party vibe in summer.