Olbia Vacations

Small, but mighty: Olbia should teach you not to judge a book by its cover. Look past the industrial facade and you'll find a town that's very much alive in culture and history, the beating heart of which is a historic center chockablock with boutiques, cafes, wine bars, and bustling …

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Things to see and do in Olbia

Claudia Tavani | Trip by SkyscannerTavolara
deege@fermentarium.com | FlickrCastello di Pedres
Castello di Pedres
the Italian voice | FlickrParco Fausto Noce
Parco Fausto Noce
gminguzzi | FlickrSpiaggia di Porto Istana
Spiaggia di Porto Istana
Francesca Cappa | FlickrBlu Beach
Blu Beach
Claudia Tavani | Trip by SkyscannerSpiaggia di Li Cossi
Spiaggia di Li Cossi
www.metaphoricalplatypus.com | FlickrAquafantasy Isola Rossa di Carta Gianpiero e C. Snc
Aquafantasy Isola Rossa di Carta Gianpiero e C. Snc

Reviews of Olbia

Camilla mib
Camilla mib

Best town to stay if you wanna discover the north east beaches. Loads of nice andd cosy Airbnb, guesthouses. Not expensive. Plenty of restaurants, cocktail bars. Nice museum and archeological sites to see during your stay

GianCiMagliano Sabina, Italy

Olbia is one of those marine cities where in the evening, just after sunset, it lights up with a splendid artificial light, that of the headlights of the port, the cheerful restaurants, the streets lit by lamp-posts. Pleasant, never static, adventurous, a city for families, but above all for young people, for those who cannot keep their feet on the ground and need the sea, the possibility of renting a ferry and give themselves to the waves, to the islets and coves that dot the vicinity of Olbia. Average costs, recommended for Backpackers and students.

Miriam Rusciano
Miriam Rusciano

Strategic point to reach the most chic places on the island

Cristian  M
Cristian M

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