Olbia & surrounding area
Since antiquity, Olbia has always been a commercial hub: founded by the Carthaginians in the 4th century BC, in ancient times it was known as “Terranova” (meaning New Land).
Today, the island is one of the most flourishing cities of the whole island, especially thanks to the flow of tourists arriving hear all year round.
With its port and international airport, it is the main door providing access to the whole island and particularly to the Costa Smeralda.
Those who choose Olbia for their holidays, will therefore be able to have a varied experience, in pursuit of the sea, culture, fun and good food and wine.