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Olbia Car Rental at a Discounted Price


An Olbia car rental is the cheapest way to explore this beautiful coastal city to the fullest. Whatever brings you here, your Olbia car rental gives you an ultimate freedom to cover every nook and corner of Sardinia at your own pace. In fact, book your rental vehicle ahead of your journey and we’ll have it ready for you when you arrive.

Our booking process is quite easy when compared to our competitors. To reserve your car hire with us, all you have to follow is our 3 step booking process-”Search, Compare and Book!” To be a little more precise, first, you have to fill the booking form given above, followed by comparing the best available deals and finally make your reservation by paying a nominal security deposit. It’s as easy as it sounds! You can also connect with our 24/7 booking support via our helpline numbers/live chat and our booking experts will book you the best deal over the telephonic conversation!

Olbia- A Brief Overview

Olbia is a small coastal city that lies on the northeast corner of the island of Sardinia. Often treated by travelers as a transit town, Olbia has a lot more to offer than what meets the eye. Olbia might not have as many attractions as any other resort town in Sardinia, but it certainly houses one or two important sights along with a small historic centre that is packed with boutiques, wine bars, and cafe-rimmed piazzas.

Also, the town of Olbia is quite affordable when compared to other resort towns in Sardinia, which makes it a good option for a short stay- maybe a day or two. But if you can spare some more time, make sure to visit its pristine beaches and explore the nearby sights and amazing attractions.

Things To Do In Olbia

Museo Archeologico

Designed by Architect Vanni Macciocco, the Museo Archeologico is set on its very own little island, just next to the Olbia harbor. The museum is a must visit attractions in the town and showcases a fair quantity of exhibits, ranging from Roman vessels, amulets and pottery to Nuragic findings.Nonetheless, the main highlight of the museum is the two of the Roman ships and a smaller medieval vessel, which are displayed on its ground floor. Accompanying them is a multi-media display that shows a film style trailer of Vandals arrival, burning and sinking of such ships in AD450.

The Church of San Simplicio

The church of San Simplicio is settled on the back street of Olbia, a short walk beyond Via Mameli. Built during the late 11th and 12th centuries, this Romanesque granite church is a curious mix of Tuscan and Lombard styles. The basilica of San Simplicio contains some historic Frescoes and is open from 07:30-13:00 hours and 15:30-18:00 hours every day.

Giant’s Tomb

Giant’s Tomb, also known as ‘Gigantis’ in Sardinian, is a type of huge Sardinian megalithic gallery grave that was built during the Bronze Age by the Nuragic civilization.These collective tombs can be found throughout Sardinia and have got their names by the locals and archaeologists alike. Furthermore, a stone cairn lies atop of these burial chambers and by far, 321 of them had been discovered there.

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