Four friends enjoyed an informative and fun cruise of the Gulf of Olbia with our charming captain Luciano. He gave us a fascinating historical and cultural overview, as well as a lovely tour of the area. Luciano was a great host, from his excellent knowledge...More
You'll appreciate, the main historical, environmental, and productive aspects of this “happy city“.
This is indeed the meaning of its original name: Olbia comes from the Greek Olbiòs which means “happy” or “lucky”.
Fantastic boat trip and unbelievable value for money. Very highly recommended. Very friendly staff. Incredible views
We were booked on the 10am trip with Luciano and we had the boat to ourselves. Luciano is an amazing guide, providing information on the local history and marine life. He is very well traveled and speaks very good English, which was great as neither...More
Great trip and good value. We had a very enjoyable 2 hour boat trip with wine and bread at the lighthouse. Luciano was very friendly and informative. We would recommend others to go on the trip.
A great way to spend a couple of hours touring the bay of Olbia making a stop at the lighthouse island for wine and nibbles. Luciano is a welcoming host and made the trip memorable sharing his knowledge of the local history. Located by the...More
We took an evening trip at 6pm. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. We went as far as the lighthouse were we stopped too look around. We were then treated to some local wine and bread. The mussel beds truly are amazing. Various birds...More
Great 2 hour tour with boat driver and guide Luciano not to forget the nice Vermentino wine offered and sardinian bread ... worth it ...
You will find the boat to the left of the entrance to the museum. We had a lovely peaceful trip on the boat today with Luciano. It was interesting to learn about the mussel farms. It was a nice surprise to stop off at the...More
To find the trip along the quay by the museum was easy though not signposted. Luciano could not do enough to make the ride enjoyable.He was brilliant and chatted and gave us the full tour, even though there were only two of us. The evening...More
There are two tours per day, I believe, one at 10am and one at 6pm. We opted for the 6pm tour. The cost is 20 Euros per head, but well worth the outlay. Our departure was delayed because of choppy waters, but in the lovely...More