Santa Teresa Gallura

Located in front of Corsica, it’s the northernmost town in Sardinia. It was founded in 1808 by the Savoy, so much so that the name of Santa Teresa is more a tribute to the Queen that the saint. Worth visiting at the white beach of Rena Bianca is the Aragonese tower that seems to be able to touch the white cliffs of nearby Corsica. Above the town of Capo Testa is where the sea and the wind have transformed the landscape of granite into the most singular and fascinating gallery of men and stone animals.