Right down on our local beach, great location, fantastic views, great food and wines, cool music and a friendly service. Ideal at any time of day or night.
High quality seafood, a well-kept environment and a great location: practically on the beach!
Ottimo ristorante sulla Spiaggia "La Playa" lido di "Pittulongu" da via indonesia, verso est direzione Lido di Pittulongu sul mare 4 km
“Agriturismo rurale che prepara ottimi piatti della cucina tipica gallurese. Aperti a pranzo e cena su prenotazione. Ampio locale immerso nel verde ”
“Locale molto accogliente e ben frequentato. Ottimo per aperitivi, cene e serate musicali. ”
“Pizza or seafood cuisine, both excellent. Local on the beach. Excellent for an outdoor dinner.”
“It was brought to light in the thirties of the twentieth century, while searching for a source of water. It is no coincidence that the sacred well sa Testa was chosen by the Nuragic civilization that inhabited the territory of Gallura to honor the gods of the waters. Today it is an attraction of great appeal for lovers of archaeology and, in particular, of nuragic culture. The ancient sanctuary, dating from the fifteenth and thirteenth centuries BC, stands at the exit of the town of Olbia and has a structure less than eighteen meters long, made of granite, trachyte and schist, cut into carefully worked blocks. The external plan recalls the figure of a lock to symbolize a door between the world of the living and that of the dead. The structure is composed of a circular courtyard, a vestibule, a small room connecting the courtyard and the well and the steps leading to the well itself. The circular garden area, which you will enter through an entrance to the north, was dedicated to the collective rites of water worship. The door opens onto 17 steps leading to the perennial spring that flows from the depths of the earth. The access to the well is through a paving of shale slabs with, in the middle, an entrance channel that brings water from the outside towards the steps of the well. The well is partly covered by lintels. Its underground part, a circular chamber almost seven metres high, where water is collected, is covered, instead, with a false dome (a tholos). Inside the sacred area were found important finds, including some jewelry and a small dagger with a bronze hilt, part of a statuette perhaps embedded in the stone blocks.”