Ferry tickets to Olbia
The port of Olbia is a big commercial centre of Sardinia and a connection spot to the Italian mainland.

Trip to Olbia

The name of the city port comes from the Greek word “Olvia” which means happiness. In the past it was once occupied by the Ancient Greeks. It’s in the region of Gallura, in the province of Sassari. The port is a big commercial centre of Sardinia and a connection spot to the Italian mainland.
Before you reach the port, you can see many islets. Historical monuments, tropical beaches and traditional wine bars, welcome you at the vibrant city. Ferry tickets to Olbia you can book at Let’s Ferry.

Sandy beach with crystal clear waters in Olbia

Sandy beach with crystal clear waters in Olbia

Attractions in Olbia
• The church Basilica of San Silpicio is very close to the Necropoli San Simplicio.
• The Museo Archeologico di Olbia (Archaeological Museum of Olbia) is on the Peddone islet, just a breath away from the port. Here you can find ancient ruins from the civilizations that occupied the island like the Phoenicians, the Greeks and the Romans.
• The Pozzo Sacro Sa Testa (Sacred Well of Sa Testa) is 6 km from the port. It was discovered in 1930 and its depth is 18 metres. In the past, this was a place for water worship rituals.
• The remains of the medieval castle Castello di Pedres can be found 9 km from the port.
• Opposite from the castle there is a 4.000 old monument, the Tomba dei Giganti Su Monte 'e S'Abe (Giant Tomb).

Beaches at Olbia
• The Spiaggia Lo Squalo is sandy, with blue waters. It’s 8 km from the port and facilities to enjoy SUP and windsurf.
• The Spiaggia di Bados has wind sand and emerald, shallow waters. It’s organized and 10 km from the port.
• The Spiaggia del Dottore is 16 km from the port. It’s organized, with sparkling turquoise waters. There are many water sports facilities.

Activities in Olbia
Scuba diving, surfing and snorkelling at Spiaggia Pittulongu. It’s the most popular beach in Olbia, 9 km away from the port.
Stroll at the Lungomare Presidente Francesco Cossiga. Walk at the waterfront pedestrian street and make a stop to eat or drink.
• Visit the Parco Fausto Noce and ride a bike, walk or jog around its wonderful lake. It’s 3 km away from the port.

Olbia, access: You can reach the port by bus, train, car, plain or ferry. Olbia’s airport is 5 km away from the port.
Only in Olbia: It’s the only place in Italy and the whole Mediterranean that hosts the World Aquabike Championship. Also, only here you can have the unforgettable experience of organizing a sightseeing tour with tuk-tuk. The tour covers an area of 15 km, and you get your own audio guide. Book ferry tickets to Olbia through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Olbia

The port is connected to Genoa, Livorno, Piompino and Civitavecchia.
Facilities at Olbia’s port: Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, luggage storage, café, restaurant, car, boat and scooter rentals, free and paid parking. There is a free shuttle bus from the lounge area to the departure gates.

Useful phones in Olbia:
Port: +39 0789 177 6964
Hospital: +39 0789 552200
Police: +39 0789 641059
Coastguard: +39 0789 56360