The history of Santa Teresa di Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura is a small city located in the North of Sardinia, the most northen city on the mainland. Founded in 1801 by Vittorio Emanuele I,who dedicated it to his beloved wife Maria Teresa, the city replaced Longosardo, enjoying its privileged position: the most advanced point of the mouths of Bonifacio. The town is dominated by the Longosardo Tower, a true symbol, erected at the behest of Philip II of Spain. Around, in all directions, beaches and coves where you can enjoy a changing colors sea. Santa Teresa di Gallura, animated by thousands of tourists every summer who flock to the clubs and live music events, is also very close to the Lu Brandali Nuragic Complex, one of the most important in Northern Sardinia.