• Excursion on request (16:00 – 22:00)

Olbia is the gateway to Sardinia and the economic engine of Gallura. The name Olbia means “the happy town” and was given by the ancient Greek navigators who used it as a base for their trade for about two centuries, then came the Carthaginians and finally, in 238 BC, the Romans, who dominated Sardinia until arrival of the Vandals, in 456 AD. Of these historical periods, Olbia has many monuments and an archaeological museum that houses precious finds. In the excursion we will also visit the Basilica of S.Simplicio , the historical center and take a panoramic tour of the Gulf of Olbia up to Golfo Aranci. Then we transfer, for the typical Gallura dinner, in the agriturismo Sa Crescia Ezza, immersed in the uncontaminated nature of the hills of Berchiddeddu, about 15 km from Olbia. Its name means “the old church” because it is located in the place where there was an ancient Byzantine church, and is considered one of the best restaurant farms in northern Sardinia. The ideal place to discover the authentic flavors of the Sardinian cuisine and especially those of Gallura.

It is a complete dinner with everything included in the price: appetizers, first course, main course, side dish, dessert, wine and liqueurs. The cost of the dinner, not included in the excursion price, is of 40 euro per person.


360,00 €      from 1 to 8 people