Set sail for the Island of Elba to discover Napoleon’s Villas
The Island of Elba is the largest in the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily. Famous throughout the world for having hosted the French emperor Napoleon in 1814, during his exile, Elba is part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park, the biggest marine nature reserve in Europe. Boarding a private yacht, you will set sail from the Port of Punta Ala for a trip to Portoferraio, the biggest town on Elba by population, where you’ll visit Villa San Martino and Villa dei Mulini, two magnificent Napoleonic Villas. You’ll enjoy the sun and the sea, drinking an Italian aperitivo on board with the Captain. For lunch you’ll savour delicacies prepared just for you and, in the afternoon, you can enjoy the extraordinary experience of diving into the clear blue waters of Punta Calamita.