The island of Elba is the largest of the seven islands of the Tuscan archipelago and the third largest island in Italy.
Together with Giglio, Capraia, Montecristo, Pianosa, Gorgona and Giannutri, it is part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park and is characterized by a unique habitat for climate, flora, fauna and its history.
The coastal settlement is 147 kilometers long and the landscape is extremely varied: small coastal villages alternate with villages located on the hills, terraced vineyards with Mediterranean scrub and chestnut forests.
There are many beaches with constantly changing characteristics to suit the needs of all guests.
The Monte Capanne massif, 1019 meters high, is the summit of our island and offers the possibility of a breathtaking view of the archipelago.
Every visitor can find his ideal vacation dimension, which few other tourist places in the world can boast with such a rich and varied offer in just a few kilometers.
Those who visit Elba for the first time are amazed by its beauty, those who have already visited it will surely return sooner or later because they will appreciate the places, the tastes, the scents and the unique emotions that Elba has to offer, still love.