Olbia is often just a stopover, a transit port for travelers wishing to spend their holidays on the famous Costa Smeralda in Sardinia. Located on the north-east coast of the island, the port of Olbia, is an important port of call in the Mediterranean with a ferry terminal that hosts many passengers at the eastern end of Via Isola Bianca. The ferry port of Olbia connects the Italian mainland with 11 crossings a day. It serves the cities of Genoa, Livorno, Piombino and Civitavecchia (Rome). The crossing time for Piombino is the shortest, about 5 hours. Following the Isola Bianca road for 2 km, you will walk to the center of Olbia. Free shuttles are also available from the port. The historic center of Olbia is worth a visit, with its medieval Basilica San Simplicio and its cafes in Piazza Matteotti. On the seafront lined with palm trees, visit the National Archaeological Museum is free and offers various exhibitions that trace the history of the city with excavated objects dating from Roman times.
Here are the ferry companies represented at the port of Olbia:
The port of Olbia is perfectly accessible by car and public transport.
GPS coordinates of the Port : 40.9225/ 9.4869