It’s only an hours ferry ride from Bonifacio in Corsica to Santa Teresa Gallura in Sardinia. The islands are visible to each other.
The skipper does a mighty job of backing th ferry into the narrow port at Santa Teresa Gallura.
As it was late afternoon it was off the ferry and on the road to the little mountain village of Telti.
That night the harvest festival was being celebrated and the town plaza was full of people music and dancing. Amazing given it was quite hot.
A pretty little village near the wine and cheese making centre of Monti.
I love the murals that adorn these little villages.
But the next heat wave was about to hit Sardinia so it was time to seek the cooler coastal climates. On the road to The coastal city of Alghero it hit 43c before miid day. Telti was hit with a reported 47c.
We were lucky there were air conditioned rooms at the local rugby club in Alghero. Just across the road from the beach.
The sun was so hot I pulled out the cover for the mighty Breva.
But after a swim, a cold beer and the cool evening breeze blowing it was time to catch the bus into the old Spanish town. For the evening.
That’s the next blog!