Santa Teresa di Gallura ferry port in Sardinia connects you with Bonifacio in Corsica with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Santa Teresa di Gallura to Bonifacio crossing is from 50 minutes and the crossing is operated by Moby Lines.
The town stands on a short promontory which overlooks the 'Straits of Bonifacio'. The coastal resort of Santa Teresa di Gallura is characterised by its very orderly town centre, with its regular roads which date back to its foundation in 1808 by the Piedmontese.
In the last few decades, this fishing village has been transformed into a charming coastal town which attracts thousands of tourists every year. The town is renowned for its extraordinary shoreline of beautiful beaches, starting with Rena Bianca, a sheet of transparent water, surrounded by fine, white sand, very near the town. Santa Teresa also boasts an important harbour, which stands in a deep fjord. Besides the quay reserved for the fishing boats, there is a series of quays for pleasure boats, as well as the berth for the ferries which run between Sardinia and Bonifacio.