Facing out across the gulf to which it gives its name, Olbia’s coastline stretches for around 100km and plays host to wonderful beaches and breathtaking reefs, while the surrounding area encompasses a plethora of archaeological sites, including the Riu Mulinu nuraghe (Cabu Abbas), the so-called Tomb of the Giants of Su Monte de S'Abe and the sacred nuragic well of Sa Testa.
Within the city, a favourite haunt of all and sundry is the Parco Fausto Noce – 16 hectares of landscaped greenery with a cycle route running through them. Moreover, just 5 minutes to the south of the centre of the city you will find the 33-hectare Parco Fluviale del Padrongianus, which is the ideal location for light trekking and bird watching, and where you can also hire bikes and canoes.
The area’s most renowned beaches include Pittulongu, Bados, Squalo, Le Saline, Porto Istana and Marinella. Just a few kilometres away, you will find various tourist hotspots, such as Porto San Paolo (15km), San Teodoro (35km), Porto Rotondo (17km) and the celebrated Porto Cervo (30km).
On request, we can organise excursions by boat or jeep for you, to allow you to experience the magic of Sardinia all the more fully.