Olbia Travel Guide

Olbia, located on the Northeast coast, is the doorway to the Emerald Coast with daily flights to and from main land Italy and Europe. Tourists also arrive by Ferry as Olbia is one of the main ports in Sardinia. Those arriving via water will admire the spectacular view of the city resting on a plain surrounded by hills. The city of Olbia many forms of entertainment and a good selection of restaurant, bars and shops, but the main tourist attractions are centred around the territory and particularly the coastline. Beaches and rocky coastline alternate creating a beautiful spectacle of nature with long stretches of fine white sands and crystal clear water. North from Olbia the natural inlets one after the other contribute to the beauty of this part of the island. The hamlet of San Pantaleo set in the rocks is loved by many international artists who have chosen it as their home. Porto Rotondo, the heart of the emerald coast famous the world over and very popular destination amongst the rich and famous, is only 15 km away from Olbia.

This coast is a natural paradise by day that wakes up at night with some of the most fashionable and exclusive clubs, such as the Billionaire owned by formula 1 boss Flavio Briatore.

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