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Elba is also very popular with expert scuba divers, who can enjoy diving in the beautiful yet challenging sea floor, as well as with beginner enthusiasts.
Small gems overlook a beautiful sea: Cavo, Rio Marina with its magnificent castle of the Appiani and nearby Rio nell’Elba, one of the world capitals of mineral crystals. Outstanding is the castle of Volterraio, impregnated over the centuries and visible from almost all over the island. To the north, the Mediterranean scrub is thick and green, and almost encircles hidden and secluded little coves.
Elba is the largest of the Tuscan islands. With Capraia, Giglio, Giannutri, Montecristo and Pianosa it is part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago. Rich in iron, of which the many abandoned mines are still evident and suggestive traces, the island made the military success of Rome possible, supplying metal to forge javelins. Full of bays, inlets, beaches and cliffs, the island boasts some of the most enchanting views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Portoferraio

Portoferraio, known in the past Cosmopolis, has green and transparent waters dominated by ancient fortresses and by the Martello tower. Traces of history are everywhere: Etruscans and Romans first, then Pisa, Genoa Florence citizens left beautiful vestiges of great historical interest on this island.

Porto Azzurro

Porto Azzurro, the best equipped nautical port of Elba, is studded with characteristic restaurants on stilts. From here you can set off to visit the islands of Pianosa and Montecristo, which add their history to the already rich island. With Rosselba le Palme we enter the most famous Elba, that of the beaches of Norsi, Topinetti, Biodola, Lacona, Laconella, Remaiolo and others. Underwater, there is a naturalistic oasis of a thousand colors ...Read more a true paradise for divers, and for those who simply love the sea. Mask and fins are enough to give you moments of great emotion. Here there are still incredibly deserted beaches, as well as very well-equipped seaside resorts. The tourist season, which enjoys an extraordinary climate, starts very early and seems to be never-ending. Close

L'Isola di Montecristo

The island of Montecristo has four inhabitants: two watchmen and two forest guards. It is the most rugged and wildest island of the Tuscan Archipelago. It has 16 km of coastline.

Its landscape is characterized by large overlapping boulders, scattered almost everywhere, in a balance that looks unstable, as if they were going to fall at any moment. Read more These are called ‘tafoni’, forged into bizarre shapes by the erosion of winds. Alexandre Dumas made it famous by setting one of its most famous novels there. Elba Tuscany vacations.Close

L'Isola di Pianosa

It is the fifth among the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, measuring just over 10 square kilometers, and is almost uninhabited.

It owes its name ("Planasia" in ancient times) to the fact that it is almost entirely flat. Excluding the lighthouse, which is 42 meters tall, the highest point on the sea is only 29 meters, while the average height of the island is 18 meters. Read more

In the past it housed a penitentiary. Set up in 1858 (the “Criminal farming colony of Pianosa”), it remained open until 1998. Today, it is guarded by a few police forces in charge of supervising and guarding the building. In Pianosa, the future president of the republic, Sandro Pertini, was imprisoned in 1932 for political reasons. Elba Tuscany Vacations

Thanks to its use as penal colony first and then more recently to its insertion in the Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, the island has remained practically uncontaminated. Its waters have been preserved by indiscriminate fishing for 150 years, and still offer a safe shelter to many fish species. Navigation and fishing are forbidden around the island within a mile. Bathing is allowed to visitors only on a beach, whose sea floor is particularly beautiful and lush with life.Close

La costa degli Etruschi

The coast that leads from Livorno to Populonia is known as the Etruscan Coast. These are lands rich in natural beauties intertwined with history, art, archeology and taste. The beauty and fame of the Etruscan Coast attracts visitors from all over the world and offers everyone surprises and enchantment.

Between the green of the gentle Maremma hills... Read more and the crystal blue of the Thyrrenian Sea hide true gems: medieval villages that have preserved great charm, all to be discovered, with alleys, palaces, squares and silences.Close

La Maremma Toscana

The Tourist Village Rosselba Le Palme is situated in a fabulous natural location, in the High Maremma, around Livorno, a true Italian green lung. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, which has earned the highest number of Blue Flags in the European Union for the quality of its waters and the level of hospitality, Maremma encloses art and nature, for unforgettable vacations to be enjoyed with the whole family. Read more

Besides being the cradle of the ancient Etruscans, Maremma was made accessible by the Romans, through the Via Cassia. The merchant class in the Middle Ages enriched it with sumptuous municipal palaces and squares, while the clergy embellished it with episcopal palaces of scenic beauty (e.g. Palazzo Piccolomini in Pienza). In every age man has embellished, cultivated and inhabited it with respect, linking urban innovation to the traditional combination of art and nature.

Dante identified Maremma between Cecina (Tuscany) and Corneto (Lazio). Even today its borders are hardly distinguishable, but by convention northern Maremma includes the province of Livorno (commissioned by the Medici in 1500 as an ideal city model), the hilly areas of the province of Pisa, those of the Val di Cecina, Val di Cornia and partially the Metallifere ones, very rich in iron, which had already been used and exported by the Etruscans.

Among the main Maremma places worth visiting are: Cecina, Bolgheri, Castagneto Carducci, Campiglia Marittima, Suvereto, Populonia and Piombino. These are enchanting medieval centers with far more ancient secrets and wonders. Close

I sapori della Toscana

The Tuscan cuisine boasts ancient origins, appreciated for the incomparable variety of products of the forest, the countryside and the sea. Wild boar, the king of Maremma, is eaten sliced as a starter, in pasta sauce and as a main course. Ricotta and hand-made cheeses, fish caciucco, cereal, shallot and onion soups,Read more chestnuts, olives and grapes fill tables and satisfy the most demanding palates.Close

La strada del vino

The wine route is a thousand years old. The ancient inhabitants of Maremma already had a local wine called Falisco, served hot in clay mugs.

Today the Etruscan coast is known for the excellence of its wines, with three award-winning ones: Bolgheri D.O.C., Val di Cornia D.O.C. and Montescudaio.

Abbinamenti gastronomici

Harmonizing the flavors of dishes with the aroma of wines subjected to natural drying and aged for two to three years, a pleasure often overlooked, allows discovering the most imaginative combinations of land and sea ingredients, in full agreement with diet and health needs.Read more

Here are some suggestions from real culinary lovers: with delicate appetizers, based on eggs and crustaceans, taste White Montescudaio: you will just honor the following courses. For pasta dishes with red sauces, game and cheeses, try Red Montescudaio. For desserts based on dry pastries and pies, opt for Bolgheri Vin Santo Occhio di Pernice, named like this because of its intense pink color.Close

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