“Blue Fan”, a popular water centre, is only five minutes away.
The tourist village of Pula is 3kms to the south and has numerous café’s, pubs, restaurants and a host of souvenir and Sardinian traditional artisan shops.
The beaches are in a beautiful bay at the point of which is the Carthaginian-Roman town of Nora, well worth visiting, and concerts are held in the Roman theatre there in the evenings.
There is a museum in the village which has many artefacts found at the site in Nora.
An open-air cinema is open during the summer months. There are also nightly shows, music and concerts in the various squares, meeting places for tourists and locals alike.
There are tourist offices where leaflets detailing local facilities, maps, concerts, festivals and other events can be obtained.
British newspapers are available at the various “edicola.” (Newsagents).
There are three banks with cash machine facilities.
Situated approx. 3km from Pula is “Is Molas Golf” is an international golf course.
There are many nature trails within national park in the forests and mountains.
Following the road to the south there are many sandy beaches including Chia, which is known for its excellent and unspoilt waters and sand dunes. Scuba diving and wind surfing facilities can be found on the beach.
Going further around the coast reveals vistas of unspoilt natural beauty and secluded beaches.
From Teulada there is a picturesque route to Santadi and the caves of Is Zuddas.
Throughout the summer there are bus tours to different parts of the Island which can be booked through the local tourist office.