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Italy - Sardinia - Baia di Santa Reparata

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The property is located in Santa Teresa di Gallura in the province of Sassari, 67 km from Olbia airport, 67 km from the port of Olbia, 70 km from the port of Golfo Aranci, 100 km from the port of Porto Torres and is located at 3 km from the center of Santa Teresa di Gallura. The structure consists of small masonry buildings with an independent entrance where the rooms are located, placed along the slope that descends to the cliff and connected by paths and stone staircases.

Distance from the sea

The structure stands directly on the sea.


All with private entrance the rooms have air conditioning, telephone, television, ceiling fan, mini fridge, hairdryer, private bathroom.


Reception 24, lobby, outdoor parking, restaurant, bar, swimming pool, wi-fi internet connection in common areas, beach service.

Animal friends

Allowed one per room (max weight 20 kg), with the exception of common areas, with contribution for final sanitation 50 euros to be paid locally.


Check in: from 4.00 pm 
Check out: within 10.00 am

Bay of Santa Reparata and surroundings

Santa Reparata beach is located in the municipality of Santa Teresa di Gallura, along the northern coast of Sardinia. The beach is characterized by rather fine and compact white sand, with the presence of some boulders and a beautiful colored cliff placed at the end of it. It overlooks a beautiful transparent sea, with a shallow and sandy bottom. It presents itself with bright colors between blue and green, with the presence of posidonias in limited quantities. It is averagely frequented during the summer period. A residential complex winds around the beach. The beautiful backdrops are a destination for lovers of diving and snorkeling. Moreover, many surf, windsurf and kyte enthusiasts practice their passion in these waters.