San Pantaleo is the last hamlet of Olbia, from which it is about 18 kilometres far. Dating from 800 AD, the village was built in the traditional style of Gallura around a country church, which later, in 1894, has become a parish. Situated close to the Costa Smeralda and set among the spectacular granite rocks typical of this area, San Pantaleo is at a short walking distance from Cala Razza di Giunco, the southern border of the Costa Smeralda.
Far from the crowd, between nature and ancient traditions
San Pantaleo is the ideal choice for those who want to avoid the confusion of the Costa Smeralda and it’s at the same time the ideal starting point to visit the coast, moving inward, to discover the fascinating landscape of Gallura.
The inhabitants of San Pantaleo jealously protect their identity and their traditions. The country is, in fact, well known for the creations of expert artisans who skilfully carry on the ancient arts of ceramics, wood and iron, exporting their products all over the world.