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7 days itinerary - Discovering Elba Island - Sailogy

7 days itinerary - Discovering Elba Island

Rent a Boat and Sail the Tuscany Archipelago

In Tuscany, you can get lost in the great cities of art and traditions combined with a landscape of rolling hills, vineyards and charming villages, which make it not only the most dreamed of Italian destination but also an unforgettable experience that will leave you to want to discover more and more about this fabulous region.
In addition to the beauty and cultural heritage of the city of art, Florence in the first place, followed by Pisa and Siena, Tuscany is a land of nature and breathtaking landscapes, of unique gastronomy and exceptional wines, spas and farmhouses.
Tuscany owes its fame to beautiful museum towns and picturesque hills, but it is enough to travel a few miles west to come across an unexpected, as varied, coastal heritage.

Rent a sailing boat in Tuscany with or without skipper and discover all the beautiful islands of this region!
Elba, Giglio, Capraia, Montecristo, Pianosa, Giannutri and Gorgona are the names of the seven pearls of legend and make up the beautiful Tuscan Archipelago, located in the Upper Tyrrhenian Sea, not far from the southern coast of Tuscany.

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Day 1 - Cala de Medici

Tuscany Sailing

Cala de Medici Port is located on the evocative Etruscan Coast. 
Inside the marina, you will find a 3.000sqm commercial village with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. 
Near, you can find the city of Castiglioncello, that is one of the most famous destinations on the Tyrrhenian sea, always been known, not only by who is looking at a cultural vacation but also by people that would like to enjoy relax and fun. 

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Day 2 - Capraia


The island of Capraia is not difficult to see while sailing. This island was once home of wild goats, from which it takes its name. It is the third largest among the islands of the archipelago after Elba and Giglio.
The small port of the island will allow you to enter a pleasant, loud and colorful village.
Created by a volcano thousands of years ago, the ridge extends steeply throughout the steep island and in some places reaches almost 450 meters in height.

Day 3 - Marciana Marina

Marciana Marina

With its 6 km of coastline, Marciana Marina is the smallest municipality in the whole of Elba.
View from the sea is set between sea and mountains, around a picturesque cove with its ancient port. Usually, it is love at first sight.
Here, as in the rest of the island, you can moor in small coves where you can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and little noise. The waters are turquoise and crystal clear and nature is lush and colorful.

Day 4 - Marina di Campo

Marina di Campo

Marina di Campo can be considered the capital of Elban nightlife. Its historical centre has developed around what was once a small port for fishermen.
Ideal for shopping, for a romantic dinner and also for the evening social life, thanks to the many clubs in the historic centre where you can relax in front of a good cocktail. Numerous events during the summer season, such as outdoor concerts on the beach.

Day 5 - Porto Azzurro

Porto Azzurro

The arrival to Porto Azzurro at sunset is amazing, the sky tinged with red behind the hills of the gulf. In the evening the streets come alive with stalls in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.
Piazza Matteotti, the most beautiful square on the island and one of the most beautiful in Italy, perfect for romantic walks and shopping, is a must. During the summer there are many events.
Famous is the Carmignani promenade, a panoramic path directly on the coast of Porto Azzurro.


Day 6 - Portoferraio


Portoferraio is usually the first destinations for who would like to sense Elba island. Visiting this city, you will start discovering the beauty of the natural treasures that the island holds.
At first sight, coming from the sea, Portoferraio looks like a cove protected and fortified by the ramparts. The city was born as a set of fortifications, one of the most interesting attractions to visit, along with Napoleon's residence of San Martino and Villa dei Mulini.

Day 7 - San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo is one of the most famous seaside resorts of Tuscany and in particular, of the stretch known as the Etruscan Coast.
In the area, there are archaeological and naturalistic parks, an ideal destination for those seeking the beauty and scents of the Maremma. An excellent destination for wine lovers, as the area of the Etruscan Coast is very renowned for producing excellent Tuscan wines such as the famous Sassicaia, considered the best wine in Italy.