Elba and Corsica

Elba and Corsica

Leaving from Portoferraio

Elba island and Corsica are two of the most beautiful gems of the Mediterranean, both known for having hosted the French Napoleon Bonaparte. The trip across the islands is full of wonderful locations to visit, such as Porto Azzurro, Marciana, Capraia and Macinaggio.

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Portoferraio

Portoferraio is the administrative center of Elba. It is an old city dating back to the Reinassance and keeping the characteristics of that age. Surrounded by mighty walls built in the ‘500 by Cosimo de Medici, the city and its port were considered among the safest in the world.

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Porto Azzurro

This town holds a rich cultural heritage that complements its simple and distinctive beauty. Its net of narrow alleys and tangled roads reveal the hamlet’s old past. The bay that arise in front of it is hued by the deep blue of the sea, which, in summer, is also dotted with many white hulls.

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Marciana

Marciana is located in the north western side of the Elba Island. Heading towards the seaside, its mountainous land and its luxuriant flora turn into plains, bays and beaches. Marciana is indeed a diverse land, full of amazing beaches, such as Chiessi, Sant’Andrea and Patresi.

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Capraia

Capraia is considered a geological heaven, being the only volcanic island of the whole archipelago. Its center is the most mountainous, reaching 445 height with the Monte Castello.

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Macinaggio

This is the liveliest place in the whole Cap Corse peninsula, popular for the famous Tamarone beach, which is one of the main attractions. This beach is made of a long stretch of white sand and a Caribbean light blue sea, deserving to be fully enjoyed.

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Bastia

Bastia is divided into three different districts: Place Saint-Nicolas, Vieux Port and the Citadel. This place is full of colorful buildings, small markets, cultural festivals and religious buildings, such as St John the Baptist church. Among the most popular beaches, you can find the Arinella, the Cap Corse beach and the Marana.

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Saint Florent

This fascinating tiny hamlet stores all the characteristics of a typical Corse urban area, from the sheltered little dwellings to the suggestive old towns. A majestic fortress built in the fifteenth century protects the hinterland and is one of the many monuments that are part of the Saint Florent old Roman history’s heritage.

POINT OF INTERESTS

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Portoferraio

Portoferraio is the administrative center of Elba. It is an old city dating back to the Reinassance and keeping the characteristics of that age. Surrounded by mighty walls built in the ‘500 by Cosimo de Medici, the city and its port were considered among the safest in the world.

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Porto Azzurro

This town holds a rich cultural heritage that complements its simple and distinctive beauty. Its net of narrow alleys and tangled roads reveal the hamlet’s old past. The bay that arise in front of it is hued by the deep blue of the sea, which, in summer, is also dotted with many white hulls.

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Marciana

Marciana is located in the north western side of the Elba Island. Heading towards the seaside, its mountainous land and its luxuriant flora turn into plains, bays and beaches. Marciana is indeed a diverse land, full of amazing beaches, such as Chiessi, Sant’Andrea and Patresi.

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Capraia

Capraia is considered a geological heaven, being the only volcanic island of the whole archipelago. Its center is the most mountainous, reaching 445 height with the Monte Castello.

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Macinaggio

This is the liveliest place in the whole Cap Corse peninsula, popular for the famous Tamarone beach, which is one of the main attractions. This beach is made of a long stretch of white sand and a Caribbean light blue sea, deserving to be fully enjoyed.

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Bastia

Bastia is divided into three different districts: Place Saint-Nicolas, Vieux Port and the Citadel. This place is full of colorful buildings, small markets, cultural festivals and religious buildings, such as St John the Baptist church. Among the most popular beaches, you can find the Arinella, the Cap Corse beach and the Marana.

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Saint Florent

This fascinating tiny hamlet stores all the characteristics of a typical Corse urban area, from the sheltered little dwellings to the suggestive old towns. A majestic fortress built in the fifteenth century protects the hinterland and is one of the many monuments that are part of the Saint Florent old Roman history’s heritage.

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