Affordable one-way flights to Olbia
Welcome to Olbia
A flight to Olbia is a great opportunity to get to know the north of the island of Sardinia more intimately. The island’s fourth-largest town is an ideal starting-point to explore the island’s most famous coast, Costa Smeralda.
But as well as the Costa Smeralda and its Caribbean-like beaches, there are many other attractions to tempt you during relaxing days on Sardinia. Book one of our cheap flights to Olbia now and discover Sardinia.
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Facts about the flight
Cheap Condor flights to Olbia are available from several German airports. You can reach Olbia Costa Smeralda airport from Germany within two hours.
The airport is to the south of Olbia, about three kilometres from the city centre. The A.S.P.P. bus leaves the airport for the city centre every 20 minutes. Alternatively, taxis and various car-hire companies are available.
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Top Attractions in Olbia
Chiesa di San Simplicio
What is perhaps Olbia’s most significant historical building is right opposite the main station. The church dates from the 11th/12th century and impresses by its sheer harmony and the lovely fresco inside.
Olbia’s weekly market
Delicious pecorino sardo, various types of prosciutto and salsiccia sarda, fruit, vegetables, with all manner of bric-a-brac in between: the weekly market is held every Saturday at Via Antonio Sangallo in Olbia, where you can stock up with Italian delicacies to your heart’s content.
Olbia is adjacent to the island’s loveliest stretch of coast, the Costa Smeralda. Azure-blue shimmering sea, beaches of soft powdery sand and idyllic coves, provide a hint of the Caribbean right in the middle of Europe.
This island, with huge jagged mountain peaks, sits majestically in the sea in front of Olbia. This island, 6 km long and 1 km wide, is wonderful for a day trip. From its highest point, Punta Cannone, it offers glorious views over Sardinia and the Tyrrhenian Sea.
La Maddalena Archipelago
Less popular than Costa Smeralda, but just as beautiful, if not more so, are the islands of the Maddalena Archipelago. The water shimmers in a soft azure-blue, deep navy-blue or deep emerald-green; on Budelli Island, there’s even a pinkish beach.