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Due Lune Resort Golf & Spa is located on the peninsula of Puntaldìa in the territory of S. Teodoro, on the eastern coast of Gallura and a few kilometers from Olbia, right in Punta Sabatino seaside resort.
Green oasis, dominates the beaches, the archipelagos and the North coves, from Capo Coda Cavallo up to the Costa Smeralda. It is also an ideal starting point for exploring the south of northeast coast, from S. Teodoro to the Gulf of Orosei. The hinterland is rich in important archaeological sites - such as the Nuraghic sanctuary of Cabu Abbas, the Pedres castle, the "tombs of giants" in Arzachena territory - and beautiful natural parks.
The Puntaldìa residential complex features splendid houses with pink stone facades, in total harmony with the surrounding natural park. The buildings thus offer a pleasant link to local tradition, without forgetting the benefits and comfort of modern solutions. What’s more, elegant facilities and services within easy reach have been designed to make your sunset strolls even more pleasant after a busy day at the beach. Essential comforts make this small but exclusive resort a true gem: prestigious shops and boutiques, first class restaurants, supermarkets and sports facilities such as tennis and five-a-side football.
For your boat excursions, just a few minutes minutes from Due Lune Resort Golf & Spa, directly opposite the village’s main square, lies the Marina, a high-end tourist port with a sea bottom that varies from 2.5 to 5.5 metres, and can berth up to 300 vessels of between 5 and 24 metres. It is undoubtedly one of the best-equipped marinas on this coast, thanks to its own dockyard which offers all sorts of services: motor or sail boats to hire for trips around the area, a motorboat centre for maintenance, repairs and garaging and all-round management and yachts and boats buying/selling.
The most famous beaches lie just north of the port of Puntaldìa: the twin beaches of Lu Impostu and Cala Brandinchi, not far from Capo Coda Cavallo and Capo Ceraso, are known for their spectacular views of the islands of Tavolara and Molara. Cala Ginepro and Punta Molara are two more lovely spots along the SS 125 road to Olbia. Crowning the horizon beyond Golfo Aranci and the most famous destinations on the Costa Smeralda, you’ll find Caprera and the Maddalena archipelago, an unspoilt natural park.
Here are some websites that may be of interest
Main ports and landing places: www.olbiaweb.it
Southwards is the 8 km long La Cinta, a thin strip of golden beach that links Puntaldìa to San Teodoro (www.santeodoroturismo.it). Even further south you will be left speechless by the beautiful sea of the Baronie: from Cala Gonone to Cala Luna, and the Bue Marino grotto at Golfo Orosei. Compared to the rest of the island, Sardinia’s north-eastern coast offers wider beaches, with powdery white sand, as well as granitic rocks that hang lower over the sea, and limestone cliffs. Thousands of surprises in this beautiful, gentle landscape.
Quick excursions around areas of particular natural interest: www.sardinia.net
Gennargentu Park: www.superdossier.com
Regional mini-portal: www.sardegnaturismo.it
Events calendar: www.festeinsardegna.it
Search engine with all the best-known places in Sardinia: www.isolasarda.com
Various kinds of itinerary: www.sardegna.com
Weather forecasts: www.sar.sardegna.it