Elba Island

Elba Island is an ideal destination for outdoor activity lovers and for those who want to enjoy a holiday that combines nature, crystal-clear sea, and physical activity. Thanks to the mild climate of the island, all types of outdoor activities continue throughout the spring and autumn from easy beach strolls, to trail hikes and extreme sports in the water. Too big to be small and too small to be big, Elba is the third largest island in Italy: 224 sq Km, 7 municipalities, 32000 inhabitants, over 100 beaches, and a mountain over 1000 m of height. It boasts chestnut woods, lush oak woods, scented Mediterranean vegetation, iron mines, Roman churches, medieval villages, Renaissance fortresses, imperial residences. Elba is not an isolated island in the blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea, but the beating heart of the Tuscan Archipelago.

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Languages spoken
Currency used
Euro (EUR)
Area (km2)
224 km2