Sea, Beaches, Rocks and Thermal springs
The coast is dotted with beaches, some even several kilometers long, among the most famous starting from Stintino towards Santa Teresa di Gallura: La Pelosa with turquoise water and transparencies, as well as the fine white sand make it resemble a tropical beach. Valledoria with a stretch of 20 km of beaches and the estuary of the river Coghinas, that in view of the sea, opens in a basin full of natural attractions.
Isola Rossa enclosed by two particularly suggestive groups of rocks, and next to it, the Baia di Marinedda , a destination for surfing. From here, by boat or through a long walkway, you can reach the spectacular Tinnari Beach and going north Costa Paradiso. Rena Majore with a fine white sand and fabulous sea beds, up to dub Capo Testa with beautiful granite iridescent rocks, along the seafront, polished and eroded by the slow and continuous work of the sea and the wind, suddenly open into absolutely fantastic bays. The Gulf takes its name from the incredible Asinara Island that became National Park and, since 1997, now is a protected natural area.
Not less impressive is the interior of the Gallura, marked by hills and mountains where the granite peaks, the curious rock formations, as that of "The Elephant", Monte Pulchiana at Tempio Pausania, Valle della Luna at Aggius or Spiers of Su Padre and Sa Monza on top of Monte Ruiu. A few kilometers from us, the Terme di Casteldoria , built on the site of salsobromoiodic hot springs immersed in a park crossed by a nature trail.