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For a fun beach holiday with a wide variety of beaches to suit everyone as well as interesting historical areas from the Roman period, travellers should try Olbia city on the Sardinia island in Italy. If you want to experience Olbia and its beaches, then Hotels.com has several accommodations available to book as your holiday hub. Browse through the Olbia hotels' photo galleries, descriptions and user reviews to get a clear picture of the rooms and services. Choosing your Olbia accommodation before you arrive at the city means everything is prepared and waiting for you to check in.

What's Olbia Like?

There are many beaches a short drive or walk from our Olbia hotels, such as Punta Corallina and Marina Maria, where you can sunbathe, swim or go windsurfing and sailing. Although the beaches are the most prominent attractions in Olbia, you can explore the city's history and culture when you want a break from the sand. Historical monuments are dotted around the area and those who love finding out about a place's culture and heritage can have fun finding all of them. Pozzo Sacro sa Testa is an old ruin from the Nuraghi period, while The Giant's Tomb is another fascinating ruin which has tours and information about the region's history. There is also Olbia's National Archaeological museum, which features the remains of Roman ships. Bask in the atmosphere of the Basilica di san Simplicio, a simplistic ancient church, or view the evocative frescoes in the 18th century Chiesa di san Paolo Apostolo church. Music lovers who are interested in the island's musical history would enjoy a visit to the Maria Cervo Archive, a museum dedicated to Sardinian music from the 20th century. For local art, drive to the nearby San Pantaleo village where there is a museum featuring art displays from artists in the area.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Olbia

It would be best to have access to a rental car if you want to visit some of the archaeological sites outside of the city or the beaches that are further away. The local cuisine features Mediterranean and traditional Sardinia dishes, such as suckling pig, though there are several places that offer other styles of cuisine. As Olbia is a popular tourist city which caters to travellers, it is not necessary learn Italian. Not only are there gorgeous beaches, but you can discover the island's heritage, and Hotels.com makes it easy to book a room at one of the Olbia hotels in the area.



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