Capo Testa, Santa Teresa Gallura

4.8
#1 of 186 in Wildlife in Sardinia
Must see · Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
The protected beaches of Capo Testa are a magnet for swimmers. The rocky, granite peninsula, which is attached to Sardinia's mainland by an isthmus, is only about ten kilometers (6.2 miles) across. The Romans once used the small peninsula to mine the granite for their magnificent cities. The caves where the stone was quarried were last used as a source of building materials in the early 20th century. Pull on a pair of shoes with a strong grip and hike around the eroded rocks to admire the formations smoothed and shaped by the wind. Put Capo Testa into our Santa Teresa Gallura trip maker website to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Santa Teresa Gallura.
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  • Capo Testa is one of the highlights to see while staying in Santa Teresa. The place has amazing stone formation created by the wind impact over the time. I felt like being surrounded by fantastic...  more »
  • Fantastic short walks amongst the granite rocks around the lighthouse. Make the effort to go past the church down to a tiny cove to swim in clear still waters  more »
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  • Lovely scenic place
  • Capo Testa is definitely a must visit in north Sardinia. Amazing landscape, awesome views (especially for the sunset), unbelievable small beaches -although you better skip peak summer season-.

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