Stintino is located some 230 miles (370 kilometers) from Rome, the national capital, and about 65 miles (105 kilometers) from Olbia.
Explore the Museo della Tonnara or La Pelosa while you are in Stintino.
It's recommended not to limit yourself to the points of interest in Stintino because the whole region has been blessed with an abundance of interesting sights and attractions. You may also wish to check out Sorso, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest, and Sassari 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest.
Sassari is approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Stintino. This center offers a wide range of tourist attractions, including Museo Storico della Brigata, St. Nicholas Church (Cattedrale di San Nicola) and Sant'Antonio Abate Cathedral. Be sure not to head back to Stintino until you've visited Sassari's Nuraghe Sant'Antine, Ethnographical Museum (Museo Etnografico) and Palazzo Giordano.
Many people who spend time exploring Sardinia delight in discovering the street art, open-air markets and open-air museums dotted throughout the region. To truly understand a region, it's good to revisit the past. Sardinia's rich archeological sites provide a wonderful starting point.
Those adventurous souls looking for an adrenaline rush should get their heart pumping by signing up for a mountain climbing or horse riding adventure. Local tours are a unique way to experience the places most visitors never see. Sign up for one of the culinary tours, guided nature walks and cycling tours.
And at the end of your holiday, pack up your backpack and bid Stintino a fond Ciao (farewell).