La Sardegna non assomiglia a nessun altro luogo...
On my day off I decided to explore the Gallura region and I headed off to Santa Teresa.
The most famous and popular beach is Rena Bianca ( sardinian name for white sand)
I decided to go to another spot and before reaching Santa Teresa (coming from Porto cervo) we turned right to some small unknown road that led us to Marmorata beach.
A beautiful small beach with amazing colours.
It was a windy day but didn’t spoil my day of rest.
I recommend renting a sun lounge chair: they are cheap and the owners keeps an eye on your possessions!
The beach is kind of small, try to go further down on your right: it is a beautiful untouched spot and the water is shallow and crystal clear.
This beach is ideal for families ( water slides are available for kiddies and grown up.. It’s fun)
If you want a bit of peace just head right, you won’t be disappointed!!
I spent the day relaxing and contemplating the suggestive surroundings
In the eve I headed to Santa Teresa village
A cute sardinia village characterised by colourful houses.
Plenty of shops, restaurants and gelaterie yum yum!!
For those who would like to end the night in a bar or club go to Isola Sei Gabbiani
There is a cute bar, open club called Rupi’s chilling out
The name says it all. Open club on a beach. Easy going
Different ages but I must say:drinks are expensive