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Situated in the northernmost point of Sardinia, Santa Teresa di Gallura is a small town that overlooks the Strait of Bonifacio and Corsica, from which it is just 14 kilo meters away. Mangia’s Santa Teresa Resort is located by the sea, in the small bay of Santa Reparata, and protected from the wind by Capo Testa. The light sandy beach is surrounded by fragrant Mediterranean scrub.

An enchanting resort overlooking the sea, in the small bay of Santa Reparata.



Mangia’s Santa Teresa is nestled in a unique landscape, where sandy shores alternate with small rocky coves. The sea is the undisputed protagonist here - torquoise and crystal clear, an invitation to dive in and explore the depths. The surrounding area offers the opportunity for long walks, trekking, and horseback riding, as well as points of historical interest, such as a sixteenth century Aragonese tower and the Lu Brandali archaeological complex.


Unico preferred Experience on any room type

At Mangia’s Santa Teresa, 199 rooms are spread over two floors of the
buildings, set around pretty flower-filled patios and linked by stairways, arches
and covered walkways.
Cosy, bright and functional, they are tastefully furnished and equipped with
all of the comforts that guarantee an enjoyable stay.


Food Experience

Flavors and fragrances of Sardinia

Donna Floriana is the Resort’s Italian
Bistrot where you can enjoy an
intimate and special dining experience:
reservations are required and you
can taste typical Italian fish recipes,
expertly revisited by the chefs, with Buffet service, with a wide choice of
typical specialities and international
dishes, with show-cooking and
spectacular grills.



Discover Sardinia: blue waters and places rich in history

Incredible experiences to enrich your stay with art, dreamy scenery and many adventures. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the town of Bosa, crossed by the river Temo and voted as one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, with its pastel colored houses and narrow streets of the old town.


Santa Teresa Gallura
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