Capo Testa è una piccola penisola situata nel nord della Sardegna, a pochi chilometri da Santa Teresa di Gallura.
Capotesta has a shape vaguely reminiscent of a human head, hence the name. In Roman times this rocky promontory covered a strategic importance for the presence of granite quarries.
Light blue, indigo, green, blue, if there is a color to paint the sea with, you will find the perfect pattern here. Cross the bridge, in the narrow strip of sand that joins Capo Testa to the mainland, and you will be in another world.
Capo Testa is where, in ancient times, there was a Roman city, buried, lost, almost forgotten. The granite quarries that were used to make the columns for many buildings in Rome
Beautiful beaches with small and charming stretches of sand surrounded by shrubs and low hills overlooking a quiet bay.
On the promontory of Capo Testa there is a lighthouse of fundamental importance for navigation in the stretch of sea of Bocche di Bonifacio.