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The Church has a facciatatripartita by two pilasters, enriched by a recessed window with inmarmo balusters; the left, he sculpted the quadripartite opposite a small face and a snake on the side; on the right, divided into six columns, is carved a belt, in a continuum that represents in Christian symbolism the immortality of the soul. The capitals are in black lava stone with pictures of birds ornaments (no longer clearly distinguishable) and acanthus leaves, topped by a disproportionate echino. Following the construction of the Church is the belfry of Spanish taste, on the right.
The castle of Pedres, still impressive and inexpugnable despite the collapse of some parts, rises at the foot of a hill dominating the gulf of Olbia. Documented in 1339, in the second half of the 14th century it was alternatively under the rule of the Aragonese and the Giudicato di Arborea; it was definitely abandoned in the 15th century when the island was conquered by the Iberians.The only remains of this castle are a polygonal wall with the ruins of a square tower (10m high), two rooms and a small tank.
The town of Pittulongu, also called La Playa, is about 10 kilometers from the capital of Gallura and extends for about 4 km along the coast towards the territory of Golfo Aranci. Its beaches of fine white sand are Pittulongu, Pelican, Mare e Rocce, Bados and. Important tourist and natural, is the subject of common investment for its development
Tavolara is an island of 5.9 km ² of North-eastern Sardinia, part of the municipality of Olbia in the Gallura sub-region.
Rich in history and ancient and modern legends, this rock from singular conformation is proposed on the scene from classical mythology to represent the petrified ship of the phaeacians by Poseidon, with its rudder still facing the open sea, guilty of having brought Ulisse in patria.
Part of the' marine protected Area Tavolara – Punta Coda Cavallo
From the 1991 film festival hosts "A night in Italy".