The municipality of Santa Teresa also includes the Capo Testa peninsula to the west, which can be reached in a few minutes by car from the town center. Capo Testa is one of the most popular attractions in the area due to the bizarre shapes of its granite rocks. The same applies to the lighthouse , which is well worth seeing. If you would like to spend the night in a historic tower yourself, you should just take a look at our recommendation for the Tower of Love in Capo Testa .
In the times of the 68s, by the way, many dropouts and hippies lived in the so-called Valle di Luna, which means “valley of the moon” or “moon valley”. And one or two dropouts can still be found there today. Some even still live in the valley’s caves and get company from numerous backpackers.