Nature and tradition
In eastern Sardinia, Tertenia, in the province of Nuoro, is the perfect destination for travellers who do not want to miss out on anything. Here, among the region's most beautiful beaches, forests, archaeological sites and many attractions, you can discover the authentic soul of Sardinia.
The town of Tertenia can be defined as the southernmost heart of the Ogliastra area. The town is traversed by the Quirra stream that leads to the vineyards and holm oak forests of Crabiolu, Fustiragili and Bingionniga. Here, the agro-pastoral and artisan tradition of yesteryear can still be felt. The economy is mainly based on tourism, agriculture, sheep farming and in particular the local production of pecorino cheese, a typical cheese that is much loved and exported abroad.
In the surrounding area, you can visit charming places such as the Monte Ferru volcanic complex, the enchanting Sarrala panoramic road and the sea, with fine white sandy beaches, such as Foxi Manna, Foxi de Murdegu and s'Abba de is Murronis.