Oblia a city on north side of Sardinia in Italy with a population of over 55,000 is the economic back bone for the country. It’s a capital centre for food crops and helps the economy for its one of the most desired tourist destination. If you are looking for cheap car hire Olbia Airport then compare prices with us.
Nothing sure but from ruins and archaeologists research it’s said it could be a finding of Greeks. The left behinds from the Phoenician era and Carthaginian era indicate towards the Roman settlement. A proof that still standing on earth till today, of Roman Empire is the San Simplico Cathedral built in nearly in 11th century.
Olbia has few excellent resorts that are the highlights in tourist’s to-do list of vacation. Costa Smeralda, Porto Rotondo and Lido of Pittulongu, are few resorts where Lido Pittulongu is the best available and luxurious of all. The city is known for its thermal baths and it’s on ’never-miss-it’ list. The historic places like San Cathedral are great piece of art that bring about religious awakening within a person. The church of Saint Paul Apostle is an excellent architectural piece. The city has collected its archaeological finings and its history in the National Archaeology Museum. There is water all round the city so tourists can enjoy a tour round the city on boat. Italian Peninsula is attached to Sardina with Olbia-Isola Bianca a passenger’s port where you can hire a ferry and move between the two destinations. The city Harbour at night is a sight unbearable to miss. The beaches are perfect place for you and your family to sit back and relax, let the sun, the breeze and the sweet sound of sea waves do their magic. Car hire Olbia Airport is the best way to view near by attractions.
Italian cuisine is uncompromised with, the restaurants in Olbia are extra-ordinary and the food quality is up to mark. The finest wines from the natural farms are made fresh and local in this city of agriculture.
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