The 5 most beautiful beaches in Santa Teresa Gallura? We’ll tell you.

Rena Bianca Santa Teresa

Hotel Corallaro suggests the 5 most beautiful beaches in Santa Teresa Gallura

These are, in our opinion and in our customers’ opinion, the most beautiful beaches to visit when

you stay in Santa Teresa.

Rena Bianca

Just a short walk from the hotel, in the Portisco area, is the Santa Teresa Gallura beach, one of the most amazing beaches in North Sardinia. The white sand is fine, and provides the perfect backdrop for the turquoise waters and pink reflections.

The clear water and low seabed make it ideal for children. Rena Bianca can be visited for free, but is also equipped to meet your every comfort need; it’s possible to hire sun loungers and umbrellas, and grab a bite to eat in the cafeteria.

It’s not to be missed.

Cala Sambuco

Right across from the islands of the La Maddalena archipelago you will find this characteristic little cove. From Santa Teresa Gallura you need to head in the direction of Palau. To get there you will need to travel up a steep and quite bumpy road, but it’s worth the effort. Cala Sanbuco looks like a crescent moon of pure white sand, where the clear sea has a seabed waiting for you to explore.

The beach is quiet and isolated, so there are no services available there, but it’s not lacking in relaxation and the amazement of spending a day immersed in the thriving Mediterranean scrub.

You’ll have plenty of stories to tell about this beach.

Rena Majore

Pearl of the Aglientu region, and only 8km from Santa Teresa Gallura, the Rena Majore beach is unforgettable with its long stretch of pure white and fine sand. It’s the large sandy shore that makes it so welcoming and quiet, even in the busier periods. Your eyes will marvel at the sight of the beautiful sandy dunes, and you can find refuge from the sun under umbrellas or in the luxuriant pine grove. The beach is equipped and it’s possible to hire sun loungers, umbrellas and floats to help you relax and enjoy yourself.


Santa Reparata Beach

Only 3km from the town centre, and also called La Colba. The clear waters and low seabed, several metres, give it the appearance of a real natural pool. The sandy shore is characterised by fine, white sand and covers a large area, so it’s never too crowded. It’s ideal for children or a bowls match with friends.

The beach is equipped so your every comfort need is met.

A short walk from Santa Reparata, it’s possible to visit the archaeological site of Lu Brandali, with the nuragh tower, Nuragic village and the breathtaking Tombs of the Giants.

It’s waiting to be discovered.

Conca Verde Beach

The beach takes its name from the town and is located in the Santa Teresa Gallura region. It is easy to get to if you follow the highway towards Palau. The Conca Verde beach is known for its thick Mediterranean scrub and the trees which surround it, where you can relax during the hotter hours. The golden sands lead down to the sea, which is nearly always calm and is characterised by the cliffs.

It’s possible to hire sun loungers, umbrellas, pedalos and floats, so you can tour the nearby coves. N.B.: Conca Verde is also sheltered from the maestrale wind!

It’s waiting to be admired.

These are only some of the numerous beaches in Santa Teresa Gallura…what would be your top 5?