The origin of the name comes from the presence of the current parish church dedicated to San Teodoro de Amasea, a Roman soldier who became a martyr. The territory has been inhabited for centuries and this is demonstrated by certain discoveries of prehistoric remains in a Nuraghe in the village of Nuracheddu where few stones remain.

An excellent holidays destination for couples or families with children, it is also suitable for young people given the presence of numerous clubs and discos in the immediate vicinity.

Finally, it enjoys a strategic position, being only about twenty kilometers from Olbia, its airport and its port. When you visit San Teodoro, you can't help falling in love with it.