Beaches in Olbia

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Olbia has a mix of attractive beaches characterized by fine golden sands, crystalline emerald waters and Mediterranean palm fringed coasts. The beaches are complete with water sports activities, children’s games, sea-side shacks and fancy sun beds with umbrellas. Here is a guide to the striking beaches that adorn the edges of Olbia.

Pittulongu

This is the most popular beach in Olbia and is a rich storehouse of rare collector’s sea shells and extremely fine-grained, white sand. The half moon shaped beach has trendy restaurants and is well connected by public transport, since it’s strategically located at the Strada Provincale 82. The beach features several underwater activities along with sailing, canoeing and aqua-scooter riding. Windsurfing and sailing lessons can be booked for individuals or large groups. There is a disabled-friendly access and free parking is available in the vicinity.

Bados

Located along the strip of Golgo Aranci, Bados can be accessed by taking SP82 toward the asphalt road. It has a vast shore housing innumerable pizzerias, restaurants and high-end hotels. This particular beach is a favorite with families due to its shallow sea bed, which makes it ideal for swimming and children’s games. There are a few water sports activities, but people come here mostly to swim and sun bathe.

Porto Istana


Porto Istana is actually a confluence of four beaches segregated only by small rocky outcrops. The shallow waters make this a great spot for swimming and surfing. The beach is located opposite the Tavolara Marine zone and is frequented by several underwater activity enthusiasts. There is a large car park area in the coastal premises, which is accessible for a small fee, along with several eateries and water sports equipment hire stations.

Le Saline

Le Saline is located along the direction of Strada Statale and is a vast beach with coarse sand and features water with very strong currents and a steep slope. This beach is inhabited primarily by risk-craving adventure buffs, and is popular with surfers and sailing enthusiasts who love to challenge its intimidating waves.

Punta Corallina


Punta Corallina is located towards Siniscola on the SS125, and is a beach bifurcated into two regions by grey rocks. The tranquil waters are ideal for swimming and the popular tourist beach has an assortment of up market hotels, pizzerias, restaurants and tourist villages.

Olbia has several beaches with distinct geographical characteristics and activities that can be enjoyed by a vast genre of travelers.  
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