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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Olbia?

    The price for luggage storage in Olbia starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Olbia?

    There are multiple locations all around Olbia which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Spiaggia del Relitto, Cala Garibaldi, Spiaggia Golfo Aranci and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Olbia?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Olbia.

  • Are there storage lockers in Olbia?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Olbia. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Olbia.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Olbia?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Old Wild West, Ristorante Bar Pizzeria Il Vecchio Porto, and Nottambulando. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Olbia are Mercure Olbia Hermaea, Grand Hotel President, and Hotel For You.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Olbia?

    Olbia offers several scenic parks including Parco Urbano Fausto Noce, Parco I Giardinetti, and Parco Giochi Bambini.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Olbia?

    You can find local tourist information at Provincia Olbia Tempio, Ewa Grazyna Burhardt, and That's Amore di Negroni Luigi.


Store your luggage around Olbia with Bounce 

Located in the northeast corner of the island, Olbia is one of the main cities in Sardinia. It’s situated in a long, narrow bay, with a few islands dotted throughout, making for a pleasant waterfront and incredible views. It’s been a fishing village for centuries, and the historic cityscape and architecture certainly reflect this. 

Olbia is a major port for cruises and charters from the Italian mainland, turning the town into a bustling travel destination, especially in high season. The strategic location makes it the perfect start to a Sardinian adventure. 

Island settings can be over-romanticized, but Olbia’s Old Town (or Città Vecchia) is as charming as they come. Cobblestoned streets wind through the city without much logic, and you’ll find cafes and shops along the little alleyways that patch Old Town together. The piazzas are as picturesque as they come.

Certain travelers will be primarily interested in the serious business of hanging out at the beach, and Olbia has an excellent stretch of sandy and pebbly beaches to choose from, but there is plenty to do in town. 

Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Olbia: 

Luggage storage in Olbia

If you’re just getting into the city center from the Airport or walking out of the town’s railway station, you’ll want to walk around a bit and explore. Most of the local hotels are located in the city center, but if you’re trekking around Olbia to different attractions, you’ll need to find a place to keep the luggage.  

The best luggage storage Olbia has available is easily Bounce. Our luggage storage service has secure locations throughout Olbia (and other Sardinian cities). It’s a more than viable alternative to train station lockers, with features like a 24/7 customer support team, a fixed price for a variety of item sizes, and an intuitive mobile app for booking on the go. Even better, there’s a BounceShield guarantee and a rigorous vetting process to ensure quality and security at each storage facility.

So if you need to store luggage in Olbia, you know who you can trust.

Olbia city guide 

Top things to do in Olbia

There are beaches up and down the bay that offer stellar views and superb swimming conditions. Spiaggia di Cuncheddi and Spiaggia Le Saline are located further out from town on the south bank of the bay and offer the best views, while Spiaggia Pittulongu and Porto Istana’s soft sands are the most popular for swimming and watersports. 

Outside of the beach, there is plenty to do in town. The seafood restaurants are, unsurprisingly, stellar. Sardinian cuisine is renowned for its hyper-fresh (we’re talking caught that day) seafood dishes paired with distinct pastas and locally produced wine. There are also plenty of farms further inland that invite travelers to their tables for epic dinners. 

For a bit of culture, there are museums and landmarks all over the island documenting the unique history of Sardinia. They offer insight into one of the most distinctive cultures in Italy, and it’ll fascinate both newcomers and history buffs. If you want to get a bit of shopping done, Olbia is one of the best places in Sardinia to do it, with a few gorgeous streets lined with boutiques and local shops.

Here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Olbia

Castello di Pedres 

Located outside of Olbia’s city center, this historic landmark is one of the oldest in Sardinia. The ruins of this medieval fortress date back to the 13th century. Its main structure is a tall, thin watchtower that offers amazing views of the countryside, which was one of the fortress’s purposes. The castle is perched atop a hill, so outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy a quick hike around the castle grounds. There are also archaeological sites nearby, including Nuragic (a pre-Roman civilization indigenous to Sardinia) tombs and ruins. 

Castello di Pedres Bag Policy

There isn’t a bag policy, but it’s definitely a hike to get up to the castle, so it’s best to leave the bags at the hotel or a luggage storage facility. 

Olbia Archeological Museum

Located right in Old Town, this should be the first stop in Olbia for history buffs. This museum’s various exhibits tell Olbia's complete history, from the pre-Roman Nuragic periods through to the present day. The most popular exhibit details a naval battle between the Romans and Vandals that happened just outside Olbia in 450 B.C. 

Olbia Archeological Museum Bag Policy

This museum doesn’t have a stated bag policy, but it’s located in Old Town, so you can drop the bags off at a Bounce storage spot so you can conveniently explore the whole neighborhood without worrying about your luggage. 

San Simplicio Cathedral and Necropolis

This ancient church dates back to the 11th century. If not for the architectural markings, you would not be able to tell because this church is extremely well-preserved. It’s named for St. Simplicius, one of Sardinia’s beloved martyrs. The church's interior has a simple elegance that's lovely to tour, but the main attraction is the underground necropolis that houses the remains of over 400 martyrs from Sardinia. It's a creepy but fascinating subterranean adventure, and you can take guided tours to learn the full history.   

San Simplicio Bag Policy

The church doesn't have a bag policy, but you really won't wanna be dragging your luggage, especially if you're going to tour the necropolis. 

The museums and landmarks in Olbia will have fewer amenities like storage lockers than the ones in the larger cities, and they likely won't have bag policies in place. It’s still not ideal to bring the luggage on a day of sightseeing, so it’s better to leave the bags with a reliable service like Bounce. Luckily, Bounce’s top locations are located near the best museums in cities like Olbia.

Shopping in Olbia

Corso Umberto

The city center is lined with local shops and boutiques, selling everything from handcrafted items to international designer brands. The best streets in the city center are Corso Umberto And Piazza Regina Margherita. Regardless of what you find, you’ll enjoy a stroll through these cobbled streets. 

Olbia Centro Commerciale 

Olbia is one of the largest cities on the island of Sardinia, so there are certain amenities you won’t find in the smaller fishing villages. One of which is an actual shopping mall, which may be surprising, given the coastal setting. You'll find a wide range of familiar international brands, but probably not the upscale boutique experience avid fashionistas are looking for. It's located in the city center so it’s convenient if you need to buy something in a pinch.

Mercato di San Benedetto

Of course, there will be a rustic market in Olbia’s city center. There’s nothing like interacting with producers (the quality of their English might not match the quality of their goods) in an authentic and lively setting. It’s not just seafood and vegetables on offer, either. There will be plenty of goods you can take home, like olives, jarred pesto, homemade pasta sauces, traditional Sardinian myrtle liqueurs, and even wine!

Lugging the bags around while you shop will only slow you down. Bounce’s luggage storage locations are placed near the best retail districts for a reason. So you can store the suitcases for a few hours while you check out the charming shops in Olbia’s city center.

Restaurants in Olbia

Somu Ristorante

Somu is the most renowned restaurant within the city center and really stands out amidst the sea of fishing village mainstays you’ll find in every corner of Olbia. Not that these places are bad by any means. It’s just that Somu’s quality and inventive techniques seem to bring out the best in the local ingredients and flavors. Risotto with seasonal vegetables and catch-of-the-day may sound simple, but there will be a depth of flavor you won't expect. They are truly masters here, so it’s a solid idea to make a reservation for one of your nights in Olbia and do a standard meal at a traditional Sardinian trattoria for lunch.

Agriturismo La Kustera 

One of Sardinia’s best features is the prevalence of farmers and producers opening their doors to travelers and locals to showcase the bounty of their land. Epic tasting menus and feasts are offered all over Sardinia, and one of the absolute best on the island is located within a short drive from Olbia. La Kustera serves up heaping portions of homemade, farm-fresh produce ranging from zucchini to olives with various pastas and stews. Cured meats with cheeses, suckling pig, and Zuppa Gallurese (a hearty Italian casserole) are their specialties to look out for. 

Il Fuoco Sacro – San Pantaleo

This Michelin-starred restaurant is more famous for its incredible views than its food, but you can bet the traditional Sardinian fare on offer is absolutely delicious. It’s located in the tiny village of San Pantaleo just a short drive from Olbia, and you’ll be treated to epic views of the cosine and tiny islands that make up the La Maddalena archipelago. If you want the perfect romantic evening, make a reservation for a table at sunset. 

You don’t want to drag your roller bags into a fancy restaurant, and you definitely won’t want to bring it out to the rural agriturismo outside the city. It’s much better to find luggage storage in Olbia before heading out to the farm or restaurant for an unforgettable Sardinian feast. 


If you enjoy Olbia, there are plenty of other travel destinations in Sardinia worth visiting. Bounce has made travel guides for cities like Sassari, Cagliari, and Alghero, with convenient luggage storage locations throughout the island as well.

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