The beach (Spiaggia in Italian) of Santa Reparata is another wonderful beach near Santa Teresa di Gallura and Capo Testa, north of Sardinia. It's a pretty small beach close to other larger beaches like Rena di Ponente, but it's surrounded by huge granite rocks that have been shaped by the wind and water. The best access to this beach is by the road from Santa Teresa di Gallura to Capo Testa, about a kilometre from the Isthmus of Capo Testa down the road. There's a junction on the left that leads to the hamlet of Santa Reparata. I remember that at the junction, there's also a sign for the necropolis of "Tomba dei Giganti". It's a very quiet, family beach with children, since there are no waves and the water is crystal clear, just like the other beaches in the area. Diving and snorkelling is the perfect way to check out the beauty of the deep sea in this part of Sardinia, which is absolutely spectacular. As I said before, a visit to this beach can be combined with a visit to the "Tomba dei Giganti", a necropolis near this coastal silver which apparently holds the tomb of the area's giant who lived many years ago.