Santa Teresa di Gallura ferry port in Sardinia connects you with Bonifacio in Corsica with a choice of up to 8 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Santa Teresa di Gallura to Bonifacio crossing is from 50 minutes and the crossing is operated by Moby Lines & Blu Navy.
The town is very small so most choose to travel by foot around the quaint streets and picturesque coastline.
The town epitomises a quintessential Italian vibe; pastel coloured houses line the streets and coffee shops adorn the piazzas. The piazza Vittorio Emanuele is the most visited area of the town, laying host to numerous bars, souvenir shops and restaurants serving delicious Italian cuisine. Come summer, Santa Teresa welcomes an abundance of tourists from across Europe, though the town is never fully overcome by visitors. In an admirable stance of defiance it still manages to maintain its authentic Italian feel, remaining relatively peaceful and calm all year round.
Away from the busy piazza, walking trails decorate the landscape, offering incredible views of the jagged mountainside. The Complesso nuragico di Lu Brandali are perhaps the standout landmark around the hillside – the faded rock and stone formations offer an insight into the architectural history belonging to the island. After a long day exploring the mountains, it is worthwhile spending a day or two on the golden sands and deep blue water of the Mediterranean Sea.
Santa Tersea di Gallura is a town towards the north of Sardinia, right on the northern tip of the island. The only ferry route departing the port is to Bonifacio on the southern coast of Corsica, lasting between 50 minutes and an hour.
Santa Teresa di Gallura is situated on the Northern tip of the island of Sardinia. From Porto Torres you can take the parkway going through the North of the island. From Olbia take the SS125 following directions for Arzachena – Palau. At the fork towards Palau turn left to Santa Teresa di Gallura and follow the road for 23Km. From Cagliari take the SS131 until Sassari. Before entering the city centre take the exit 'Sassari Latte Dolce' and follow direction 'Platamona-Castelsardo' that leads into the coastal road Porto Torres-Santa Teresa.
From Alghero take the 291 untill Sassari (35Km), then go on towards Porto Torres (SS131 for 19km) and then follow the above mentioned parkway to the North of the island. From Olbia the port is well sign posted and about 45 minutes away by car.
There is no train station in Santa Teresa di Gallura. The nearest train station is in Palau. For further information visit the Trenitalia website.
Stazione Marittima - Porto Commerciale, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sardinia
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