The market on a Thursday during low season is not much to make the trip for but the village itself is very pretty. Set amongst the mountains it is a nice place to visit for a wander and a coffee on the square.
Lovely quiet village in hills above Cote smeralda, good location to explore this region. Wonderful rock formations surround village. Good restaurants, though at end of season may only be open at weekends. Parking can be tricky. We stayed in a hotel near centre of village, and thoroughly enjoyed stay and the village. Would certainly go back there again.
This village is worth visiting. Its has to offer cute little boutiques and there can be found several descent restaurants. There is an antique market on Thursday mornings witch attracts many people in the summer months. It's an easy drive, but parking kan be a bit difficult.
Arriving from the Sardinian cost you notice the spectacular mountains surrounding the village. Go there for the Thursday market from 07:00 - 14:00.You will find handcrafts, local food and wine. Or just stroll around the piazza and explore the rest of this lovely village.
We enjoyed walking around the market this morning and picking out some cheese, tomatoes and a souvenir. I'd love to go back again to wander around the streets when it is not a Thursday to see what the town is like.
Our hotel recommended San Pantaleo to visit for the weekly market and also as a pretty little village. We were not disappointed as it's got amazing views of the surrounding mountains and also of the coast as you drive there. Its only a little drive outside of Olbia and seems to have lots of coaches and buses that go there.... 更多
Real mountain few miles away from the amazing beaches of Emerald Coast. San Pantaleo is a small but very scenographic village, famous for its shaped rocks, that inspired Henry Moore's sculptures. You can see San Pantaleo in a James Bond movie («The spy who loved me») and «Sos laribiancos - I dimenticati» (2001). Good place for trekking and local food... 更多
We were too late for the market but found some nice walks down to the beach. We walked more on the main road than we need have done but did find our way into the hills for a picnic before spending a couple of hours at Portisco. The rocky scenery is inviting but we stuck to roads and cart tracks.... 更多
Went there for the Thursday market...and if you like markets you will like this. It is very busy, so parking can be a hassle and in the heat during summer it is tough to wander the market as well. Some good restaurants around, we tried Locanda Sant' Andrea (5 star rating). Nice village to visit for the market. Other days,... 更多