Discover the Top 10 beaches on Elba Island in Tuscany

Each person has her/his own favorite beach: some like sand, others choose rocky coastlines; some seek wild, natural beaches, others require beaches with well-equipped resorts. The Island of Elba presents you all of these opportunities – you just need to know where to go!

1. Cavoli

The beach of Cavoli lies on the southern littoral of the island, at about 4.5 km from Marina di Campo, in the direction of Fetovaia. Its 300 meters of beautiful white sand are judged the most cosmopolitan on Elba because there are a always a lot of parties and young people there. The

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Where to go for Surfing in Tuscany

Tuscany is not California, but this doesn’t signify there are no chances to surf in Tuscany! Here you can encounter a lot of surfers along the coast expecting the ideal wave! Indeed, Versilia is the centre of surfing in Italy, since the high recurrence of large waves and the winds of Libeccio and Maestrale virtually secure constant surfing, ideal for surfers of all grades. But there is also Livorno and Piombino for example.  Here you can find the names of some places where you can surf.

Pontile – Forte dei Marmi

Description: Beach Break with sea storm from south-west

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Visit Versilia: your Blog Tour in photos

The Versilia Blog Tour has recently completed, here are some pictures of the locations we inspected. You can discover more photos on Instagram with the hashtag #versiliablogtour. I would also like to remind you that you can identify your images of Tuscany with the hashtag #instatuscany so we can distribute your pics on our social media! ;)

Day 1

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Massaciuccoli lake

 

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Roman evidences in Massaciuccoli

Day 2

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Villa

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The Chianti Classico wine in Tuscany

If you passage out from the A1 motorway at “Firenze Sud”, you will encounter the Florence – Siena road. It seems that these two antique cities, Florence and Siena, never really wanted to “get closer” regardless of their rescrited geographic distance. For centuries, in fact, these beautiful hills were the theatre of cruel battles between the governors of Florence and those of Siena. But if you consider about Chianti, the principal thing that comes to your mind might be its wine production, since this institution has been effected there for three centuries. Today, the Chianti Classico

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Coastline, Islands and Sailing in Tuscany

I’m rather sure you recognize  that Tuscany has a western coastline on the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Sea and a Tuscan Archipelago, composed by the largest Island of Elba and other six island denominated Capraia, Gorgona, Montecristo, Giglio, Pianosa and Giannutri.

Do you know what the ancient  legend says about the Tuscan archipelago? That these island were generated when Venus springed up from the Tyrrhenian Sea to involve the sunset and, while performing this, seven pearls descended from her necklace into the sea generating the Tuscan islands. Isn’t it enchenting?! Ok, let’s go back to our main subject!

Since the islands

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