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The little town of Olbia (OLB) lies along the Costa Smeralda. Not only its charm makes this Sardinian town special, but also its relaxing, provincial character. There is no rushing about or city traffic here, so holidaymakers will find plenty of time to recover from stressful everyday life. And if you've had enough of sunbathing, you'll find many attractions in and around Olbia (OLB). The surrounding region boasts interesting excursion destinations, offering fun-filled days for families with children, too. In the evenings, local specialities and regional wines are on the menu in the many little restaurants.
The little provincial town of Olbia (OLB) has so much more to offer than sun and sand. Book your Olbia (OLB) flights now and discover the town's beautiful sights. Visit the Church of San Simplicio, the Church of the Apostle Paul, the magnificent coast of Tavolara Island, the sacred well at Sa Testa or the Villa Romana, Castello Padrese or the giant's tomb at Su Monte de s'Ape. You can also easily reach the surrounding islands by ferry, where there are many more interesting attractions and destinations for the whole family. If you like adventuring, you can also explore Sardinia by car and visit the nearby towns.
Sometimes you just want to relax on holiday, no excursions, no sightseeing tours, just sun, sand and sea. Book your Olbia (OLB) flights now and discover the beautiful beaches in this provincial town. There are heaps of places to swim thanks to its locations right on the Costa Smeralda. Sports enthusiasts will also love it here as, depending on the location of the beach, there are some places that are just perfect for surfing. The evenings can be just as peaceful as the days, namely in one of the city's many little restaurants. Sardinian specialities and local wines are on the menu here.