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Country and Locality in Elba

Elba is located in the middle of the Tuscan Archipelago Marine Park and is accessible by a one-hour ferry from Piombino. It has an area of 200 square km and 147 km of coastline, with a succession of beaches and cliffs, gentle slopes and sheer walls; It has graphic movement with its peak in the Monte Capanne that exceeds one thousand meters. Elba offers a territory rich in landscapes and hidden angles to explore (both marine and mountain). In addition to this, the island is well prepared for tourism (Elba there are about 200 hotels, 50 residences, 30 campsites, 30 farms). The number of residents on the island is slightly greater than 20 thousand.

Below you will find the names of the countries of the Elbe, clicking on the person concerned will access a detailed description with photos.


Seccheto

Seccheto

Seccheto a town on the South side of the island with a small but pretty beach. 2 km away there ...
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San Piero and Marina di Campo in the distance

San Piero

San Piero, a hill town at 225 m above sea level. Renowned throughout the island are the granite quarries, extracted ...
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Sant Andrea

Sant Andrea

S. Andrea is a quite touristed place, but very peaceful. The houses are spread around the valley that goes down ...
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Sant ilario

Sant Ilario

Sant Ilario, is a small and quiet village located on a hill in the middle of Monte Perone. The interior ...
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Rio Marina

Rio Marina

Rio Marina, like the neighboring town of Rio Elba, based its economy on the extraction of pyrite, a mineral from ...
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Rio Elba

Rio Elba

Rio Elba is thought to be the first town to have been inhabited on the island, and to have already ...
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The Guardiola Gulf of Procchio

Procchio

Procchio tourist town in the center of the island, it is located in a beautiful gulf possessing diverse beaches amongst ...
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Elba Portoferraio

Portoferraio

Portoferraio It is the principle arrival point on the island and one of the most active tourist ports in Italy ...
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Porto Azzurro

Porto Azzurro

Porto Azzurro, located in the deep inlet of Mola Gulf, is overlooked by the impressive Spanish fort of S. Giacomo ...
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Pomonte

Pomonte

Pomonte a town at the foot of the mountains on the West coast of Elba. A small village that has ...
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Poggio

Poggio

Poggio is a peaceful, old mountain town surrounded by chestnut trees. The pretty town square has a panoramic vista of ...
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Marina di Campo

Marina di Campo

The town offers many establishments catering to tourism and is located on the right side of the largest beach (1500 ...
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Fenicia beach Marciana Marina

Marciana Marina

Marciana Marina is one of the safest and best equipped tourist ports on the island. The promenade along the promenade ...
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Marciana Alta and the Pisan Fortress

Marciana Alta

Marciana Alta Situated at an altitude of 375 m, it is the highest town on the island and one of ...
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Lacona - Three Seas

Lacona

Lacona, a recently constructed town built of houses scattered through a huge area of countryside. Located on Lacona and Stella ...
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Fetovaia beach

Fetovaia

Fetovaia It is located inside a narrow gulf, surely amongst the most beautiful of Elba. Though just a tiny village, ...
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Chiessi beach

Chiessi

Chiessi a small town by the sea that hasn’t forgotten old farming traditions, allowing us to breathe again the air ...
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Cavo

Cavo

Cavo is the town closest to the mainland, accessible in just 15 minutes by hydrofoil, and with a small port, ...
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Capoliveri

Capoliveri

Capoliveri old town located on a high point 130 m above sea level. The quaint alleys have restaurants, bars and ...
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Gulf of Biodola

Biodola

Biodola, together with Scaglieri and Forno, is in one of the prettiest gulfs on the island. The three localities comprise houses, hotels ...
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Bagnaia beach

Bagnaia

Bagnaia is a small village located in a small bay at the foot of Mount Volterraio, from the beach you ...
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