is the third largest Italian island and the largest in the Tuscan Archipelago.
The island, Situated at 10 kilometres from the mainland, can be accessed
by ferry or hydrofoil in one hour of navigation.
Besides the fact that her perimeter measures only 147 kilometres, Elba
is capable of offering a mild climate and a multitude of diverse landscapes
and scenery: romantic fishing villages, small towns on rocky hill-tops,
ancient castles, green valleys and enchanting bays combined with sandy
Wonderful beaches, magnificent cliffs, luxuriant hills with sweet-smelling
flowers, woods with age-old trees, little villages looking out over the
sea or situated on the ridges.
is what you’find
out if you decide to visit the Island of Elba running across the numerous
paths of the National Park with your knapsack
on your shoulders, riding a horse or a mountain-bike, ploughing the waves
of the cristal-clear sea on board of a canoe or a sailing boat.
Only minutes away from the steep cliffs that plunge into the crystal
clear sea, the granite mountain, Monte Capanne rises to 1019 metres
The ever present evidence of history and culture, combined with an
extraordinary wealth of natural beauty, make this magical island unique.