Associazione Culturale Insula Felix
Via Galvani, 26 – Olbia 07026 (OT)
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The Gulf of Olbia
Olbia has more than 50.000 inhabitans, extends all along its inner Gulf and includes also the external gulf region which goes from Capo Figari to Capo Ceraso and straight to the well known tourist town Golfo Aranci.
Olbia comes from the Greek Olbiòs which means “happy” or “lucky”.
The major human activities take place along the two ports of Olbia and Golfo Aranci along its Gulf. Olbia's port is considered the main entrance of northern Sardinia, Gallura and the Emerald Coast. It has the highest passenger frequency in Italy and is one of the most important transits of the Mediterranean.
The fluvial park Padrongianus is right on the Gulf of Olbia. It is a particularly valuable naturalistic site for the protection and preservation of its fauna and flora. It's an ideal place for active and environmental tourism and for sports activities like hiking, light trekking, archery, canoe, kayak and bird watching.