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Olbia, Sardinia – Charter a Private Jet to Italy’s Coast with Stratajet

Olbia Sardinia

The coastal gem of the Gallura region of northeastern Sardinia, Olbia’s Mediterranean climate offers year-round sun and breath-taking views. This beautiful idyll, initially redeveloped by the Aga Khan in the early 60s, has a history of welcoming movie stars, royalty and industry leaders. Olbia is the hub of Costa Smeralda, a glistening expanse of coastline that boasts enchanting aquamarine waters.
 


 

With January temperatures sometimes reaching the mid-20s, and summer temperatures soaring, the glitzy resort of Porto Cervo on the Costa Smeralda is the perfect spot to enjoy a cooling cocktail with a vibrant crowd during the summer season. Il Portico is a particular favourite on Porto Cervo’s piazzetta and offers stunning views.
 


 

Away from Porto Cervo, a more secluded nightspot can be found at Santa Teresa Gallura, where you can experience the best of both worlds: one part open-air nightclub and, adjoining, a piano bar for a quieter evening and wonderful food.
 


 

Come morning, head down to the traditional caffès of Olbia’s central square Piazza Regina Margherita to enjoy a light snack, coffee – or indulge in an ice cream. From here, you can explore the traditional, cobbled lanes of the old town and join the locals, as they take their daily passeggiata.
 

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Each September, just off its coast, Costa Smeralda is host to the Sardinia Cup sailing regatta, where crowds flock to watch famous boats navigate the crystal clear waters before heading for gala celebrations at Porto Cervo. Here, too, you will also spy some of the world’s largest luxury yachts.
 


 

If four wheels are more appealing, the annual vintage car rally at Tavolara, which draws vintage car enthusiasts internationally, is a must-see. At this time, the town also hosts its yearly film festival, focusing on Italian filmmaking.

 

The area of Gallura doesn’t lack places of natural beauty and note either. The archaeological site of Tomba dei Giganti (Giant’s Grave), located 20 miles north of Olbia in the area around Arzachena, offers unique insight into the prehistoric roots of the region – from its Nuragic civilizations, which dates back to the 18th century BC.

 

For a more modern landscape, hit the links at the stunning Pervero golf club, designed by Robert Trent Jones, or join in with the competitive spirit of Gershan’s summer polo meets.

 

As a gateway to one of the most beautiful stretches of Italian coastline, Olbia airport is the perfect place to jet in to explore, relax and to party. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, early autumn provides an excellent time to fly in and enjoy the region’s glorious natural beauty.
 

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