A unique opportunity to discover the streets of ancient Olbia. An urban trekking in the north east of Sardinia, where even the ancient Greeks, in 600 B.C. immediately identified the extraordinary qualities. In the company of a local guide, you will travel through time retracing the various eras that have characterized the most important ancient port of the north-eastern island, with testimonies of the Phoenicians (550 BC), the Punics (400 BC) and the Romans (I century AD). You will discover today’s disappeared churches and ancient temples that today have given way to Catholic buildings, such as the Church of St Paul and the Minor Basilica of St Simplicius). Below is the ancient necropolis whose recent excavations have brought to light numerous tombs, funeral equipment and walls of the ancient temples.. On request it is also possible to visit the Archaeological Museum, the pride of a city rich in cultural and archaeological resources. Finally, a delicious aperitif of local food and wine specialties awaits you!
Due to the opening hours of the Archaeological Museum, the visit to the structure is guaranteed from Wednesday to Sunday.
The visit to the necropolis is guaranteed for reservations received within 48 hours prior to the excursion. Otherwise it will be guaranteed only on Tuesday and Thursday, due to the opening hours of the necropolis