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COVID19 HEALT ALERT

Following the health emergency caused by the COVID19 we would like to point out that the Mùita di Mari scrupulously applies the guidelines established by the Council of Ministers for the management of the disease in the hospitality and catering sector. All the staff is ready to welcome you and guarantee you maximum safety. We...

EMOTIONS AT SANTA TERESA GALLURA

EMOTIONS AT SANTA TERESA GALLURA

We Lungunesi know it well, we were lucky enough to be born in a magical place. Here sensations, smells, tastes and colours belong to another World to another Truth, told in books and words but that only presence can really explain. Walking along the many paths, traced in the Mediterranean maquis of our territory...

Rena Bianca

Rena Bianca

Welcoming the client is the aspect I value most in my work. It is the moment when it is crucial for me to make you feel at home right away. After years of check-in, I realized that, during the welcome phase, the only words that illuminate your face, making you aware of the beginning of...

Capo Testa

Capo Testa

The extraordinary beauty of our territory finds its maximum expression about 3 km from Santa Teresa Gallura, in a small peninsula made of beaches, enchanting coves and majestic white granite rocks, which give our waters a unique color. This is Capo Testa, already known to the Romans for its strategic position and the supply...

History of Santa Teresa Gallura

History of Santa Teresa Gallura

The first settlements in the territory of S. Teresa Gallura date back to 4000 BC. Of considerable archaeological importance is the site of Lu Brandali. During the Roman dominion there were two inhabited centres: Longonis, a small fishing village located on the left bank of the port and Tibula terminal of the consular road...

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