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Which beaches are worth visiting in Olbia?

In this short article you will have useful information and distances from our Business hotel in Olbia
One of the characteristics of this city is in fact that of having a wide range of beaches to offer to tourists, with different dimensions and peculiarities.

It is the beach of the Olbiesi, and is about eight kilometers from the town, towards the north. Also known as La Playa, a splendid and extended ‘crescent’ of very fine white sand alternating with sections of small shells, especially near the shore.
The seabed is shallow and slopes gently, perfect for families with children. On the beach there are bathing establishments that will offer you all the useful services: facilities accessible to the disabled, ample parking, beach equipment rental, skates and boats. Characteristic are bars and restaurants overlooking the impressive island of Tavolara, overlooking the beach,
Pittulongu beach can be reached from our hotel in Olbia in 15-18 minutes by car

Murta Maria
It is located south of Olbia, and from here you can easily reach the beaches of Bunte, Porto Istana, Li Cuncheddi and Capo Ceraso. This area differs from the north in the possibility of finding non-urbanized areas (Capo Ceraso) with beaches that are still wild, but obviously with fewer services.

Murta Maria can be reached from our hotel in Olbia in 20-25 minutes by car

Porto Rotondo
Poltu Rutundu (in Gallura’s language) is considered one of the most ‘in’ places in Sardinia and throughout Italy: sightings of famous people are easy, especially in the summer in nightclubs. It is generally considered a resort on the Costa Smeralda, although technically it would not be part of it. The two closest and in our opinion the most beautiful beaches are Portisco in the north and Marinella in the south.
Porto Rotondo can be reached from our hotel in Olbia in 20-25 minutes by car