About Spiaggia Santa Reparata
Santa Reparata beach (Spiaggia Santa Reparata) is a 160 meters long beach in the northern part of Sardinia, near the village of Santa Teresa Gallura, 700 meters south-east of Rena di Ponente. The Santa Reparata shoreline is marked by white sand with rocky coves, and fringed by fragrant Mediterranean vegetation. Its waters are beautifully clear and blue. The beach faces west, with nice views over the waters of the Baia La Colba, and the rugged coastline of the Capo Testa promontory, situated 1.5 kilometers off the Santa Reparata coast. The prevailing winds here usually come from a western direction. Its cliffs make Santa Reparata beach a favorite place for divers and snorkelling enthousiasts. This Sardinian beach is well equipped, and offers a large car parking area and a bar.
Where to Stay
Located just behind the beach, in Località Baia Santa Reparata, you’ll find Case Vacanza Baia Santa Reparata. This accommodation offers 3 self-catering apartments with a patio. The apartments feature a dining area, a separate entrance, and a living room with kitchenette. Some of these apartments have views of Baia La Colba. The one bedroom apartment sleeps 4 to 6 persons.
How To Get To Spiaggia Santa Reparata
From Santa Teresa Gallura, you can reach the beach by heading towards Capo Testa. It shouldn't take you longer than 10-15 minutes. From Santa Teresa, head west on Via Eleonora D'Arborea toward Via Nazionale/SS133bis. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Via Nazionale/SS133bis. Next, turn right onto Via Lu Calteri, then turn right onto Via Monte Grappa. Turn left onto Via Tibula, then turn left onto Via Orsa Minore. The beach will be on your right.
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