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10 km by sea from Olbia. A suggestive and enourmous calcareous tableland resting on a granite shelf, which comes to the surface and reach the height of 600 metres. It is separated from the island of Molara by a narrow channel.
Nuragic holy well that was left underground since 1938, 4 km from Olbia.
The destination of he international jet set. It also is the most famous, smart and society centre of Sardinia, endowed with a well equiped Navy. One can choose among the many beautiful beaches and small islands with their crystal-clear water.
The Nuragic group of Cabu Abbas is about 5 from town. It is a megalithic building with a town wall of about 200 metres, which goes around the mountains until it reaches the top where is found a monotowered nuraghe.
Best-known tourist resort close behind the "Costa Smeralda". It appeals to the international élite tourism, which patronizes the famous small square and the well equiped small harbour.
The surroundings of this small town are very interesting because of a series of original prehistoric monuments such as the Li Muri necropolis, the giants graves of Li Loghi and Coddu Vecchiu, the Nuraghe Albucciu and the Malchittu small church. 25 km from Olbia. A haunt for homosexuals you might see morethan you bargained for if you venture here after dark
About 40 km from Olbia, Palau is well-known because of its patronized harbour which is connected with the Maddalena Archipelago. This small town is chatacterized by its beautiful beaches and the holiday places of its surroundings (Porto Raphael). It is really renown the peculiar Rock of the Bear, which has the shape of a plantigrade.
Only 3 km by sea from Palau. This island pits up a rich vegetation and many wonderful inlets, along with the house-museum of Garibaldi, where there are preserved countless evidences of this hero who spent the last few years of his life in that hermitage.
Only km. 3 by sea from Palau. In the islands of this archipelago, which are considered a national park since 1996, we can find enchanting beaches, with a landscape of extraordinary suggestiness, that are unforgettable because of their beauty and variety. The most famous are that of La Maddalena, the biggest one; S. Maria; Spargi; Budelli with its pink beach and the already mentioned Caprera.
54 km form Olbia this small town situated on top of a highland north of Mt. Limbara, can be reached by train going through the wonderful area of Gallura. In this town you should have a look at the buildings made of granite and the town centre.
59 km from Olbia. It is a small seafearing centre surrounded by wonderful coasts. What is remarkable about it is the Longosarda tour and the suggestive headland of Capo Testa, which is linked to the mainland by a narrow strip of land.