Porto Azzurro an old fishing and agricultural town is overlooked by Saint Giacomo fort, it is the heart of society life on the Island of Elba, today it is one of its most celebrated seaside resorts.
Capoliveri is on a hill covered in agaves and prickly pears near Mount Calamita, its long history is found in the intense azure blue sea and the simplicity of its beauty.
Protected on a hill in the north-eastern part of Elba, Rio nell’Elba is one of the islands oldest settlements with origins going back to the Bronze Age.
Marciana is one of Elba’s oldest centres, it clings to a hill at 375 m above sea level below Mount Capanne. Its past history is well documented in the Archaeological Museum.
Marciana Marina is an old fishing port which still today keeps intact its charm thanks to a grid of lanes and its houses facing the sea with their characteristic pastel coloured walls.
Marina di Campo is on the most famous part of Elba’s coast and it is one of the most “in” and crowded places on the island, however, you can still find isolated and exclusive corners.
Portoferraio sits on a promontory on the north coast of the Island of Elba. It is the place of Napoleon’s exile, a fortress stretching out into the Tyrrhenian sea with lots of characteristics of a military centre.
Rio Marina is on the eastern coast of Elba and sits on a small bay surrounded by red iron oxide hills, reminding us of its mining past.
Authentication Operator OPERATORS