Once a small fishing village, Olbia has grown to become Sardinia's busiest port. The historic centre is packed with stylish boutiques and piazzas lined with cafés, filling the streets with the aroma of freshly brewed Italian coffee. While there are those who could happily spend the day ambling through the winding streets, for the more restless there are several interesting landmarks. For example, the Museo Archeologico is a fascinating museum, with a beautiful collection of Roman amulets and pottery, and the Basilica of San Simplicio, sitting on a small hill just outside the centre, is one of the Olbia's most spectacular monuments. However, it would be impossible to forget the pearly stretches of white sand for which this island is famous, where visitors can top up their tan or swim in the sparkling Mediterranean.
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