On the North East area, in Sardinia, opposite to the archipelago of La Maddalena, in Gallura, in one of the most wonderful landscape of the coast …the unspoile nature offers its dream places!

Capo d’Orso ( Bear Rock)
Palau is a place of great naturalistic interest because of its artistically modeled coasts, unique and evocative, embellished by majestic landscapes and spectacular compositions of granite rocks, which, thanks to the work of the sea and the wind, take on picturesque forms unique in the world. The gigantic rock of Capo d’Orso in its millennial stillness dominates the whole gulf. The name derives from the appearance that it has taken on: that bear figure with its head turned towards the sea that invites, from the top of the promontory, to intoxicating with a surprising spectacle that constantly attracts thousands of tourists.

Palau, the city
Today it is, to all intents and purposes, a renowned international tourist center, with its maritime pole from which daily ferries leave for the enchanting La Maddalena Archipelago. The lively town welcomes eno-gastronomic bistros, local craft shops and souvenirs and comes alive with a lots of bars and restaurants along the harbor road. There are a lots of festivals and events that the small town of Palau organized in different times of the year.

La Maddalena Archipelago
One of the last Italian ecological paradises. The group of islands, of which the only inhabited one and most important is La Maddalena, is a geo-marine park that since 1996 has been established National Park. Enchanting inlets and hidden coves offer unforgettable views dotted with majestic cliffs, white sandy beaches and emerald waters. A spectacularity that conquers every visitor.

Santa Teresa di Gallura, the city
Located on the north coast of the island, on a rocky plateau overlooking Bonifacio, the town of Santa Teresa di Gallura is few kilometers away from Palau and is easily reachable by car. The historic city center is very pleasant for relaxing walks and shopping.

Old olive trees
The Old olive trees in Luras are natural monuments since 1991 and are considered among the oldest trees in the world and belong to the twenty Italian green treasures. In particular, the oldest of these called “The Patriarch” is considered the oldest tree in Europe with its 4000 years old.

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