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Spiaggia di Lido di Capoliveri all Isola d'Elba

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Portoferraio, the fisherman village chosen by Etruscans, Medici and Napoleon
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Portoferraio, the fisherman village chosen by Etruscans, Medici and Napoleon

Once upon a time. . . there was an enchanted place of a timeless world, a magical land called Tuscany.<br><br>Here the waves of the rolling hills, privileged custodians of mysteries of ancient peoples still present in daily gestures of its inhabitants, crashing gently into the sea of those Thirrenii where lustful Venus lost seven gems of her divine tiara...<br><br>As scenery hatched by superior minds, blue sea and beautiful islands.<br><br>Undisputed queen Fabricia, Elbe Island today, the one chosen by Jason and the Argonauts searching the Golden Fleece, for stop and resting. Porto Argo, Cosmopoli, Portoferraio: from a fisherman village to the capital of the Napoleon's ephemeral empire
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ammurabi wrote a review Mar 2017
Pilsen, Czech Republic832 contributions146 helpful votes
It is a very large and overfull beach. Most of the beach is occupied by private sections with chairs and umbrellas. Free area is very limited and crowded. Water is not too clear. There is extreme long way in the water before you can even swim. The worst beach during our travelling in Elba...
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Dollytwoshoes wrote a review Jun 2015
Montespertoli, Italy21 contributions12 helpful votes
Very nice beach , we were at Aloa beach where they are super friendly (no we are not two teenage girls but older ladies). Beautifully clean, sparkling water busy but not one on top of the other although imagine that it could be in August due to the nearby camp site. Lunch at the restaurant next to the campsite was excellent. If you are a dog lover see Thor the beach boys splendid dogue de bordeaux in the beach hut, spectacular.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Eli B wrote a review Mar 2015
Sydney, Australia3,711 contributions2,942 helpful votes
Sure the beach is crowded. Its Italy isn't it? There are many draw-cards to interest a variety of visitors, besides the place of Napoleon's exile. Its a centre for collectors of crystels and minerals. You name it and shops stock it by the armfuls. beautifully displayed, but for me, it is the local fruit, grapes, olives and chestnuts that are exceptionally flavoursome with a pungent aroma. Of-course, limoncino and arancino are available, but we prefer the wine made from overripe grapes called passiti, which include the lovely moscato, alelatico and ansonica. We arrived by ferry, one hour after leaving Piombino. Even from a distance , one cannot be but seduced by the wild beauty of the rugged mountainous terrain as it steeply rises from the coast. Its welcoming to see the sandy coves that trace the sea's edge. Looking up, the rough character of the island is personified in the walls of the Volterraio fortress, while the walls of Torra dells Linguella enclose the bay in a horseshoe. Fortresses and walls allude to the hard history when we gaze upon the mighty fortress of San Giacomo at Porto azzurro, which dominates one of the most beautiful coves on Elba. Even though they look forbidding, its citizens are a model of generosity and friendliness . our tummies enjoyed the bounty of the sea with slabs of grouper and amber jack. But lets get back on track. swimming is not an occasional pursuit when its hot here ... its an obligation. So back into the briny at every opportunity. Good old Napoleon apres his exile, set up a small court at Villa dei Mulini which today is a museum holding napolionic furnishings, paintings and a lot of artifacts. We liked the beautiful garden overhanging the rocks and the sea. Isola is a day-tripper's delight
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Shaulina wrote a review Aug 2014
London, United Kingdom36 contributions11 helpful votes
Super crowded and the water is horrible. Never again! Who has given positive feedback probably wasn't here in August! What a waste of money!
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Kriska R wrote a review May 2014
Monfalcone, Italy60 contributions32 helpful votes
Dear fellows navigators, I hope, Yo will find Elba as interesting and beautiful,as it is for us. We came here for one, two nights on anchor (fantastic anchorage close to town) and we stayed for almost two weeks. Town is lovely, beautiful and steady.. LOVELY FLOWERS in all tavernas bring more test to life here. Napoleon´s villas are both very interesting objects. Nice open air market and close market with all You need to eat. Beach is also inviting, but this is just one of lots of nice spots on Elba Island.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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