Elba Island, Giglio...

Cross the seas and the lands where Italian language was born. The immense cultural and artistic heritage of Tuscany will leave you breathless. Almost 400 km of coastline where there are two seas (Tyrrhenian and Ligurian) hosting the Tuscan archipelago, full of hidden coves and cliffs overhanging the sea: seven immense natural beauty and worldly islands (Elba, Giglio, Capraia, Gorgona, Pianosa, Montecristo, Giannutri).

The island of Elba is the largest of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. Characterized by a crystalline sea and famous for having hosted Napoleon Bonaparte during his exile (1814), extends for 147 km of coastline with constantly changing coasts: from Biodola golden sands to the stones of Cavoli, through the black beach of Topinetti.

In the crystal clear waters that surround it you can enjoy splendid diving to discover unique and rich archaeological seabed (Pomonte wreck, Formiche della Zanca, Capo Stella, Picchi di Pablo, Scoglietto di Portofferaio).

For lovers of sport fishing, these waters offer a wide marine fauna: groupers, red, white and yellow corals, sponges.From Elba to Giglio island. Natural paradise with magnificent coves (Arenella, Porto, Cannelle) to reach the beach of Campese.

Other important island is Capraia: volcanic and wild nature, is the only place where you might spot some rare specimens of the common seal.

A few km away lies the island of Monte Cristo: since 1988 has allowed only 1000 visitors a year to visit and it’s totally uninhabited, except for the presence of the caretaker and his family.

On your yacht, you will route to mainland region: the Argentario with high, rocky and dotted with creeks coasts. Porto Ercole, Porto Santo Stefano and Capalbio are famous for being luxury and fashion centers favorite by Italian intellectuals. For hikers, do not miss a trip to Lake of Burano, a WWF oasis that expands between nature trails.

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