Olbia is a turistic town in the north of Sardinia that has a port and an airport. Arriving both by plane and ship it is possible to catch sight of some of the inlets that surround it. The most famous are La Playa di Pittulongu, Il Pellicano, Bados (Olbia), Spiaggia Bianca and Cala Sabina (in Golfo Aranci). Others are more hidden and smaller, often at the end of narrow white roads like the marvellous and unspoilt Cala Moresca in Golfo Aranci. Moving towards Porto Cervo and Baja Sardinia, the number of wonderful beaches raises: Capriccioli, Liscia Ruja, Il Piccolo and Il Grande Pevero. Last but not least, the renowned Spiaggia del Principe that earned its name because it was the favourite beach of prince Aga Khan.