Adventurers, hikers, divers and food and wine lovers: the Island of Elba puts everyone in agreement. Whether you are as a couple or with friends, dedicate a day to discovering the nearby islands of the Tuscan Archipelago: Capraia, Pianosa, Giglio, Montecristo islands.
If you are on holiday on Elba with your family, you can go in search of stones and minerals, taking part in exciting walks on the Granite paths and taking an excursion to the Mining Park.
If your passion is to discover the area through its food and wine traditions, take the Elba Island Wine Route, an itinerary along which you can taste wines and typical products, visiting wineries and farms.
The waters of Elba are particularly rich in marine life and curiosities, being in the center of the Tuscan Archipelago, the largest marine park in Europe. So, if you are a lover of diving and snorkeling, Elba is a real paradise on earth for you.
You can have fun swimming among schools of colorful fish and discovering amazing underwater wrecks, such as the Elviscott ship and the Junker 52, a plane that crashed in the Tyrrhenian Sea during the Second World War.