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CITY OF OLBIA TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE
Assessorato Turismo & Attivitą Produttive
Address: Via Dante/Corso Umberto I, Angolo Molo Brin
Phone 1: 0039 0789 52206
Phone 2: 0039 334 9809802
FACEBOOK: Turismo Olbia | Olbia Turismo
OPENING HOURS April 1st-April 25th
Closed on Sundays
April 26th-May 31st
Open every day 09:00-19:00
June 1st-September 30th
Open every day 09:00-21:00
CLOSED MAY 1ST
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Olbia Tourist Information Office gives maximum priority to phone calls, in case during the opening hours the telephone rings with no answer, please call the mobile phone 0039 334 9809802
Its lucky geographical position makes Olbia a city easily reachable both by land and by sea. There is a well-equipped port and an international airport.
At the centre of the splendid gulf, characterised by the cultivation of mussels and the 10's of pleasure ports, we find the maritime station of the Isola Bianca, a modern and functioning complex, which has by now become one of the most important passenge routes in Italy.
Arriving by aeroplane, one passes through the very modern Costa Smeralda airport, with connections to all the major Italian cities and with many European capitals.
Positioned at the centre of Olbia, and therefore easily reached, the railway station and the ARST bus station permit the traveler to move around easily in the area. There are daily train connections between Olbia and the regional capitals: Cagliari, Sassari, Oristano and Nuoro, and the ports of Olbia - Isola Bianca and Golfo Aranci; by bus it is possible to reach, among other destinations, a great number of vilages and settlements all over Sardinia.
As for urban connections, the A.S.P.O. is the point of reference for the city of Olbia, a company with close ties to the comune and which guarantees connections for the whole city, and with all of the nearby beaches.
The kilometres of beaches can satisfy all tastes: one can find beaches with white sands to rival the Caribbean, or rocky seabeds which lovers of full immersion activities can explore; little oases of tranquility where, even in the busiest tourist months, one can still find a little privacy.