At the mouth of the Gulf of Olbia, Golfo Aranci is a small-scale resort and arrival point for ferries from the mainland. Tour the town to relax on an outdoor terrace or on the sandy beaches. There is a large selection of restaurants, cafés, and bars. On August 15, the annual fish festival promises excellent seafood. The craggy headland west of town has been left undeveloped as a nature reserve. Drive a few miles along the panoramic road to Olbia to reach the enchanting waters of Cala Moresca, Cala Greca, Cala Sabina, and White Beach, perfect for swimming, diving, and many other water sports.
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