Escape to Elba
Privately explore Elba, the pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago, an island with stunning beaches and beautiful inland areas and territory steeped in history and ancestral flavors.
Taste a piece of Elba Island by savoring a good glass of Aleatico, a sweet red wine known since antiquity as “Liviatico” or “Liatico”.
Wandering through Elba island visit picturesque villages like Capoliveri, with a medieval flair both sober and graceful, located in the heart of Elba's mining area or Porto Azzurro.
Once inhabited by a the native Ilva tribe, then the Etruscans and the Romans, Elba is best known as Napoleon Bonaparte's place of exile. Elba is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily.
There are several memories of its glorious past as we visit the island, from the archaeological findings in its museums to the impressive fortresses and military constructions such as Castello del Volterraio and then on to the beautiful Napoleonic residences of the 1800s such as Palazzina dei Mulini.
This story can be aranged as a standalone experience or we can organize it as part of a longer customized itinerary our team would craft for you. Once selected, the concierge team will work with you to discuss and plan a suitable program as per your requirements
Group size: 1 to 9 people Prior Experience: No specific experience or knowledge is required Family Friendly: Yes, families are welcome
Timing & Duration
Duration: 1 or 2 Days
What to wear: Casual wear, comfortable walking shoes and rain gear are recommended. Swimming is possible in the summer months so bring your bathing gear! What to bring: No special requirements. Don't forget your camera and spare batteries, plugs may not be available
Frequency: Can be operated frequently, subject to local expert's availability Lead time: A week
Modifications: Modifications are possible subject to case by case review and approval, and cannot be guaranteed. Surcharges may apply No Show: No refund
Elba is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily. It is part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, the largest marine park in Europe.