The north-eastern part of Sardinia is dominated by the city of Olbia.
Its name is of Greek origin and means 'happy', just like the atmosphere in this coveted tourist destination of endless attractions.
Its well-connected airport, a crossroads for thousands of visitors, provides direct access to the notorious Costa Smeralda.
A city with an ever-expanding industrial and commercial reality, with important tourist centres such as Porto Rotondo and Portisco.
The vast Olbia coastline consists of numerous beaches and coves of breathtaking beauty. To name just a few, the beautiful inlet of PORTO ISTANA and the well-known PITTULONGU.
The various archaeological sites, small ethnographic museums and Roman (San Simplicio) and Baroque (San Paolo) churches give the city an important historical value and a millenary culture worth getting to know.
Sea, culture, entertainment and excellent food and wine make Olbia a destination that can satisfy any type of visitor.