The Costa Smeralda! Sardieniens Northeast With Tips, Pictures And Map!

The Costa Smeralda! The North East of Sardinia is suitable for Beach tourists who want to spend relaxing days with much Dolce Vita in Italy. The images and maps of the Agency Combipix are protected by copyright. You are allowed without the explicit consent of combipix not be copied, downloaded or reproduced in any other way, except for purely private holiday planning from individuals. For further information on the provisions we are gladly available. “Santa Teresa di Gallura Palau 0:30 min / 28 miles from Palau to Baja Sardinia 0:35 min / 31 km Baja Sardinia Porto Cervo 0:20 min / 8 km Porto Cervo, Olbia 0:45 min / 31 km Santa Teresa di Gallura Palau: 0:30 min / 28 miles from the town of Santa Teresa di Gallura know visitors of Sardinia as a ferry port”.

In this port, mainly travellers, Corsica arrive and start to explore Sardinia from here. Santa Teresa di Gallura village Santa Teresa di Gallura holds a generous pedestrian precinct for locals and tourists. Various scene cafes have settled around the main square. As an indication of your travels, it is pointed out, they should study the prices before ordering as the prices for drinks can vary very. Santa Teresa di Gallura In the West of the village there are some beaches where you can spend a beautiful day on the beach with views of Corsica. Due to the opening of the most beaches to the open sea is more common with increased waves expected. Should you travel with small children, we advise you to go to the beaches of the Costa Smeralda. Palau to Baja Sardinia 0:35 min / 31 km we leave S.

T. di Gallura and drive towards Olbia. Minutes drive we reach the next larger place: Palau. The important ferry terminal to the heavily-populated island of la Maddalena located in Palau”.

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