The Tuscan Archipelago is a land of enchanting villages, seaside towns, cultural itineraries linked to the sea and the hinterland, unforgettable views interspersed with sandy beaches, harbours, Mediterranean maquis and majestic windswept cliffs. The island is also famous throughout the world for having welcomed Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte to Elba during his long exile.
The island of Elba is a cult destination for those who love sailing: easy to reach and suitable for all types of sailors, it can satisfy those looking for beaches where they can relax, snorkelling, stopping for a delicious lunch, but also natural scenery of incomparable beauty.
Capraia is another unmissable destination in the Tuscan Archipelago, an ancient extinct volcano that charms guests with its history and beautiful landscapes, with the famous Cala Rossa, famous because you can see the crater of the volcano.
Giglio is a picturesque port, overlooked by the typical colourful houses of Tuscan fishermen. A riot of colours and tradition, an immersion in Tuscany, its sea and its culture.
Don’t forget Giannutri: a small pearl of great charm, a corner of paradise waiting to be discovered, an unspoilt island that preserves its Mediterranean nature intact. On this strip of land, in the middle of the Mediterranean, there are no towns, no ports, no services: you are alone, in contact with primordial nature.