Enjoy superb diving facilities and white sandy beaches
Away from the water golf, walking, cycling and horse riding are very popular. Explore the ancient ruins at Arzachena and Nuraghe and the medieval Pedres Castle. A Holiday to Olbia should include exploring inland ,a href=”http://www.latedeals.co.uk/sardinia-holidays”>Sardinia with it wild mountains, traditional villages and pine clad valleys. Olbia has ferries linking it with mainland Corsica and Italy where you can discover attractions around the rest of the Mediterranean. Take the ferry to Piombina which is a gateway to the remarkable sights of Tuscany, or even to Genoa and witness the architecture of Livorno and buy local produce at the renowned Mercato Orientale food markets. During the summer months Olbia is host to some of the islands colourful festivals.
Holidays to Olbia cater for couples and families looking for a relaxing holiday in stunning surroundings. There is an abundance of accommodation in the resort from simple Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast guest houses to luxury All Inclusive hotels there is something to suit every need and budget. Olbia holidays are very popular between May and September with July and August being high season. Book your holiday to Olbia at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– Purpose built by the Aga Khan in the 1960’s as a holiday retreat for the wealthy, be prepared to name drop as you rub shoulders with the rich and famous. Window shop at designer stores with mega price tags and most importantly dream about one day owning one of the over indulgent yachts floating in the harbour.
Archipelago of La Maddalena
– Join a sailing trip around this stunning group of islands just off the north coast of Sardinia. Designated a National Park, this whole area is one of stunning natural beauty and offers the chance to see the breathtaking coast of Sardinia from the sea.