The Puntaldìa residential complex is one of the most prestigious in the north-west of Sardinia. The village, born with an architectural style in absolute respect for the natural value of this area of Gallura, is located in a large peninsula. It covers more than 80 hectares, directly overlooking the protected marine area of Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo, in the green of English meadows, plants and flowers, it offers a special unique atmosphere.
The area of Puntaldia is distinguished by beautiful beaches of rare white sand. Among all those of Puntaldìa is precisely the one that gives its name to the village, but there are also the beaches of Lu Impostu, Capo Coda Cavallo, La Cinta, a large strip of white sand and blue sea, Perhaps the best known of San Teodoro, the coves surrounded by granite rocks and a crystal clear sea of the islands of Tavolara and Molara, on which you can enjoy unforgettable sunsets.
San Teodoro, in Sardinia Santu Diàdoru, is a beautiful village of Gallura overlooking the splendid sea of the north-eastern coast of Sardinia. is one of the most appreciated Sardinian localities, thanks to the incredible beaches of the Caribbean with fine sand, overlooking a crystal clear sea, it also offers many entertainment possibilities for nightlife. The village of San Teodoro also has great historical value for the area, thanks to the remains of Roman and even prehistoric settlements.
In the same area, Capo Coda Cavallo is a strip of granite land that extends over a stretch of sea sheltered by the imposing mass of Tavolara, the smooth rocks of Molara and the picturesque islet of Proratora, with which it forms an extensive protected area of 15 thousand hectares of crystal clear waters, coves and coves, from Capo Ceraso to Punta s’Isuledda
Finally, the part called Costa Dorata, a nice shallow and transparent cove of thick Mediterranean scrub. The beautiful beach of Costa Dorata, with its coves full of Beaches and pink rocks, this is a really suggestive corner of the coast, ideal for those looking for tranquility and relaxation. The coastal village of Porto San Paolo, with its accommodation, services and modern marina, attracts 15,000 visitors in the summer.