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Rental Boat without license  Lomac Nautica 600 In Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
5.0
 (1)

Boat without license Lomac Nautica 600 In 40hp (2021)

6
Without a skipper

From $427 per day

Rental Boat without license  Lomac Nautica 600 In Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.9
 (3)

Boat without license Lomac Nautica 600 In 40hp (2021)

5
Without a skipper

From $399 per day

Rental Sailboat Barberis Sciacchetra' Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.9
 (19)

Daily trip sail boat (1980)

6
3
Super owner
With a skipper

From $61 per day

Rental Sailboat Comar Comet 36 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.9
 (6)

Sailboat Comar Comet 36 10.70m (2002)

2
2
Super owner
With a skipper

From $321 per day

Rental RIB Capelli Tempest 900 Open Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.8
 (1)

RIB Capelli Tempest 900 Open (2024)

12
Without a skipper

From $1,179 per day

Rental RIB Solemar Offshore 25 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
5.0
 (1)

Escursioni gommone Solemar (2004)

12
With a skipper

From $898 per day

Rental Motorboat CANTIERE MARINO 590 Santa Teresa Gallura
Special offer
Santa Teresa Gallura
5.0
 (3)

Motorboat CANTIERE MARINO 590 115hp (2022)

6
Super owner
With a skipper

From $785 per day

Rental Motorboat Saver albatross 260 Santa Teresa Gallura
Special offer
Santa Teresa Gallura
New

SAVER ALBATROSS 260 (1996)

6
With a skipper

From $1,000 per day

Rental Boat without license  Sea power Sea power Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.8
 (18)

Boat without license Sea power Sea power 40hp (2010)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From $247 per day

Rental Boat without license  Bwa Flyer 6,1 40cv Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.0
 (1)

Boat without license Bwa Flyer 6,1 40cv 40hp (2023)

7
Without a skipper

From $359 per day

Rental Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
New

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 15.00m (2012)

12
6
With a skipper

From $2,123 per day

Rental Sailboat HUNTER 376 376 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
5.0
 (11)

first 34,7 - beneteau (2005)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From $610 per day

Rental RIB Asso Regules Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
4.9
 (3)

RIB Asso Regules 260hp (2002)

12
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From $505 per day

Rental RIB Joker Boat JOKERBOAT CLUBMAN 35 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
New

RIB Joker Boat JOKERBOAT CLUBMAN 35 600hp (2024)

12
Super owner
With a skipper

From $1,685 per day

Rental Motorboat Pershing 52 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
5.0
 (2)

Pershing 52 (1990)

12
6
With a skipper

From $2,583 per day

Rental Boat without license  Bwa 6,1 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura

Boat without license Bwa 6,1 40hp (2022)

7
Without a skipper

From $359 per day

Rental Boat without license  Bwa 610 40cv **senza patente** Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura

Boat without license Bwa 610 40cv **senza patente** 40hp (2022)

7
Without a skipper

From $359 per day

Rental Sailboat Jeanneau Oceanis 473 Santa Teresa Gallura
Santa Teresa Gallura
New

Sailboat Jeanneau Oceanis 473 15.00m (2007)

12
6
With a skipper

From $2,123 per day

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Boat Rental in Santa Teresa Gallura with Click&Boat

In the Italian province of Sassari, Santa Teresa Gallura is a town located on the island of Sardinia's northernmost point, on the Strait of Bonifacio. From the beach, one can see Corsica's southern coast. The town is just one of the numerous potential sites for the once-famous city of Tibula.

Its regular population is around 5,000, but during the summer, tourism brings that number up to 10,000 to 15,000. Many of the tourist-oriented stores and eateries in the main town square close during the off-season. Santa Teresa's beach, Rena Bianca, is located just to the north of the town.

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Where to sail in Santa Teresa Gallura?

Santa Teresa di Gallura, which is only one hour from Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport, is convenient to the attractions while also feeling somewhat remote. So, you can feel the charm and exclusivity of a secluded Italian town while easily being able to hop on your yacht charter to reach other incredible destinations. Whether you spend a day or a week on a luxury yacht charter, you will never run out of spots to visit or sights to see from the water.

Here are some nearby villages you can set off to:

  1. Bonifacio, France
  2. La Maddalena Archipelago, Italy
  3. Porto Cervo, Italy
  4. Stintino, Italy
  5. Palau, Italy
  6. Porto Rotondo, Italy
  7. Lavezzi Islands, France/Italy
  8. Porto Vecchio, France
  9. Ibiza, Spain
  10. Mallorca, Spain

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Santa Teresa Gallura?

A boat rental in Santa Teresa Gallura will vary and adjust depending on several factors including but not limited to the model and age of the boat, duration of the trip, the season, and the fees and services included.

During the high season, a boat in Saint Teresa Gallura may be much more expensive than during the low season. Some boat rentals may have some services or fees included in the boat rental prices, so ensure to check the details of the boat rental in the description and amenities.

On average, a boat rental in Santa Teresa Gallura will begin at around $150 per day but can go up to about $1600 for the day. Again, this will depend on the type of boat as well as other factors.

Here is a boat type break down to give you an idea:

Motorboat rentals start around $250 for a high-quality RIB rental and go up to $1663 for a motorboat that fits about 10 guests.

A sailboat will start at around $800 for the day whereas a catamaran will start at around $1000 with a captain on board.

The harbors in Santa Teresa Gallura

It is known for its beautiful beaches and its two natural harbors. The north harbor is called the Porto Pozzo, and it is a small harbor only around 10 km from Santa Teresa.

The south harbor is called the Porto Longosardo, which is the main port of Sardinia with a very deep fiord that dates back to the Roman Empire. It is the largest natural landing with about 700 berths and is protected from most major winds.

What can you see/do in Santa Teresa Gallura?

Santa Teresa Gallura has an important port in the northern part of the beautiful Sardinia, so it is a great spot to rent a boat and start your Italian sailing trip. This Italian village is probably one of Sardinia's more authentic and colorful villages, despite being fairly crowded during the high season. It is also a great shift from the rather luxury resorts seen elsewhere in Costa Smeralda.

But, before you set to sail away from this charming Italian town, don’t miss out on everything Santa Teresa offers as one of the tourist and local favorites. With plenty of incredible natural and historical attractions, you can fill your day with sun and good times.

Here are some things to see or do in Santa Teresa Gallura:

  • Visit the picturesque beaches of Santa Teresa Gallura (Including: Rena Bianca, La Marmorata, Copa Testa, Poltu Pitrosu, Cala Spinoso, Cala Sambuco, Porto Liscia, La Liccia, Conca Verde, La Balcaccia, Islet of Municca, Cala Grande, Cala Francese)
  • Take a boat tour along the Maddalena Archipelago and admire the stunning natural beauty of the islands.
  • Enjoy some of the best seafood in Sardinia at one of the many restaurants in Santa Teresa Gallura.
  • Take a hike on the nearby trails of the Capo Testa Natural Park and explore the rugged coastline.
  • Visit the ancient ruins of the Nuraghe Albucciu and marvel at the historic importance of this site.
  • Spend a day on the water and take part in some of the popular watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking.
  • Explore the nearby town of Palau and enjoy its charming cafes, restaurants, and shops.
  • Go shopping at the local markets and pick up some unique souvenirs and gifts.
  • Take a day trip to the nearby island of La Maddalena and admire its natural beauty

Archaeological & Historical Sites

As mentioned before, this port and village of Sardinia have been around for centuries. In the Roman Empire, the city replaced Longosardo in 1801 and was founded by Vittorio Emanuele I, who named it after his adored wife Maria Teresa. The city benefited from its advantageous location as the most developed point of the mouth of Bonifacio.

Here are some historical sights to stop by for history buffs:

Lu Brandali

This spot cant date back to when Nuragic settlers arrived in the 10th century BC. You can find a Giant’s Tomb as well as two towers, and various artifacts that were found as grave goods. Artifacts like utensils and ceramics were used to eat by early settlers of that period.

Longonsardo Tower

The tower was commissioned by Spanish King Philip II in the late 16th century. It is a tower that is 36 feet high and the site of a violent battle of the revolution against the Sardinia-Piedmont kingdom in 1802. The tower has an incredible view that looks over the Strait of Bonifacio.

The Roman Quarries

Remnants of Roman occupation linger around the shores of Capo Testa where you can find various parts of columns or granite of what used to be a part of villas of Roman patricians and monuments.

The Capo Testa Lighthouse

This lighthouse is strategically placed on the Strait of Bonifacio. It is a white square building with a lantern that sits 75 feet tall. It is an incredible area to see whether it is on the water or land. The area is covered in granite cliffs and rocks of spectacular shapes.


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