Zia Colomba beach

Santa Teresa di Gallura, OT

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The beach of Zia Colomba is one of the beaches of Capo Testa which overlooks on the right inside the Bay of Santa Reparata, north coast of Sardinia. Also known as Zia Culumba beach, Capicciolu beach and Graniti beach : it is the continuation of the Rena di Levante beach . Awarded the Blue Flag by the Foundation for environmental education ( FEE ): the beach of Zia Colomba is one of the beaches of Santa Teresa di Gallura that welcomes thousands of tourists from all over the world every year, it is considered a beach high attendance. The beach is narrow and long and composed of light-colored fine sand with low and transparent seabeds : they are in fact the ideal place to practice snorkeling and scuba diving, especially near the cliffs to the north-east of the beach because rich in species flora and fauna to be observed with mask and snorkel. Being inside the bay it is sheltered from the Mistral winds. A peculiarity of the beach of Zia Colomba lies in the presence of large granite boulders shaped by atmospheric agents. Place suitable both for families with children and for couples and groups of friends; numerous accommodation and restaurant facilities located in the immediate vicinity. A curiosity : the entire area of Capo Testa was part of the ancient Roman city of Tibula where, at the quarries, the granite that was needed by the Empire for the construction of its monuments was extracted, the Pantheon of Rome in the first place. On the beach of Zia Colomba it is still present today what happened during the mining activity as evidenced by the remains of the Roman columns a few meters from the sea.


Fine sand, Reef
Mediterranean maquis
Water quality
High season attendance


  • Comfort
  • Family
  • Wild


  • Bar kiosk
  • Disabled accessibility
  • Hotels
  • Parking area
  • Restaurant


  • Archeological area
  • Snorkeling


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