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Just 3 km from the town of Santa Teresa Gallura is Baia Santa Reparata, a small paradise for nature lovers. Here, surrounded by thick Mediterranean scrub, you will find our villas and individual villas of different types, all with a sea view. The nearest beach - ideal for snorkelers - is just 200 meters away. The free and equipped beach of Baia Santa Reparata can be reached on foot in a few minutes (about 400 meters) while the beaches of Capo Testa - Rena di Ponente and Rena di Levante - can be reached by car in 5 minutes. The following services are available a few hundred meters from the villas: two restaurants / pizzeria with sea view, one of which is equipped with a swimming pool and tennis courts; a minimarket.
In the exclusive beach of Baia Santa Reparata, near Capo Testa and Santa Teresa di Gallura, we have villas and apartments for sale directly on the sea, renovated or to be restored, furnished or not, with garden and terraces, of different types at unrepeatable prices.
Arriving by land, Santa Teresa Gallura appears at first sight to be one of the few lowland countries in Sardinia. In reality, and if one immediately realizes who arrives from the sea, the town extends over a rocky plateau, stretching out towards the Bocche di Bonifacio canal, in a stretch where the coast, very jagged, offers suggestive scenarios. Its deep fjord is still today, as in the times of Roman domination, a safe haven for sailors and the many tourists who daily decide to reach this little corner of paradise. The country currently has n.5213 inhabitants. The climate has an average temperature of 20 degrees in June and September and 24/26 in July and August. Spring starts already at the end of February and lasts until May. Rainy days are 1.5 in June, 0 in July and August, 3 in September. The visit to the historic center overlooked by clubs and shops; the majestic Tower of Longonsardo, built by the Spanish in the early 16th century; the archaeological site Lu Brandali (XIV - X century BC) - and the Roman quarries of Capo Testa - area of Community Interest - are just some of the unmissable places of this town, which has always been devoted to tourism, but still guardian of knowledge ancients.