About Rena Di Levante
The beach of Rena di Levante (La Spiaggia di Rena di Levante) can be found on the opposite side of Rena di Ponente, 2 kilometers south-west of Santa Teresa Gallura. It is situated on the unique strip of land that connects the Gallura mainlands to the Capo Testa peninsula. This beach is larger than Rena di Ponente, with a length of 500 meters, and gradually changes into the smaller Spiaggia Zia Culumba to the north-west. Rena Di Levante beach faces north-east, looking out over the waters of the Baia di Santa Reparata to the north, and the ancient green hills of Santa Teresa Gallura to the east. The area surrounding this beach is full of little coves to explore, and not far from the beach there are a few ancient Roman ruins. There’s a possibility to rent beach umbrellas and sun beds, but also pedal boats and canoes. Windsurfing and kitesurfing equipment can also be rented nearby. Rena di Levante gets averagely busy during the summer season. Families with children may want to visit Rena di Ponente, as the waters there are shallower.
How To Get To Rena Di Levante
This beach can be easily reached by car. To get to Rena Di Levante from Santa Teresa Gallura, head west on Via Eleonora D’Arborea toward Via Nazionale/SS133bis. Next, turn left at the 1st cross street onto Via Nazionale/SS133bis, then turn right onto Via Lu Calteri. Next, turn right onto Via Monte Grappa, then turn left onto Via Tibula. The beach will be on your right. It shouldn't take you more than a 10 minute drive.
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