ALWAYS INCLUDED IN ALL FARES: HAND BAGGAGE up to 8kg CHECKED BAGGAGE up to 23kg WEB CHECK-IN AND AT THE AIRPORT SNACK AND REFRESHMENT SEAT SELECTION BOOKING CHANGE Do you fly with your pet friend? Book now, its place is always free! Discover Olbia! Located in the province of Sassari, Olbia is one of the main cities in north-eastern Sardinia and is a very important connection point with the Italian peninsula. It is located in a welcoming gulf, which leads to the Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda in Italian), a true jewel of Sardinia both for the exclusivity of the resorts and for the coves that enchant tourists from all over the world. In the centre of Olbia is the Necropolis of San Simplicio, an evocative archaeological museum beneath the basilica of the same name, dedicated to the city's patron saint. To the north of Olbia, at the tip of the island, we find the village of Santa Teresa Gallura, a destination known for its fine beaches and numerous fashionable clubs. Italy Euro Italian Image Image Image The Emerald Coast If celebrities choose this part of the Italian island, it is thanks to Karim Aga Khan, a British prince of Arab origin who, in the 1950s, realised the potential of the wild landscapes that today we know as Porto Cervo, Romazzino and Cala Volpe. The architectural development commissioned by the English prince respected the characteristics of the Sardinian landscape, maintaining the wind-beaten rocks and enchanting beaches. This is how the Emerald Coast became a luxury destination set among natural wonders. Image Necropolis of San Simplicio This archaeological area contains hundreds of Roman tombs dating back to 200 BC. Its importance is due to the fact that it provides a representation of the cultural and religious history of the city of Olbia, from its Phoenician foundation to modern times. Image Santa Teresa Gallura This locality is spread over two inlets with the marina to the east and the bay of Rena Bianca to the west. The beaches in the area offer an embarrassment of riches, allowing you to visit one for every day of your holiday in this seaside village. Undoubtedly symbolic is Cala Grande, better known as the 'Moon Valley', whose granite backdrop reflects the turquoise water of the coves and the vegetation that surrounds them. The lunar reference is due to the communities of hippies who settled here at the end of the 1960s to live in close contact with nature, claiming that the night-time atmosphere due to the moonlight makes the whole valley a magical place.