Famous for being the island where Napoleon was exiled to, Elba is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago – a beautiful landscape of clear, blue sea, fantastic Caribbean-like beaches, majestic mountains and lovely hilltop towns such as Capoliveri. A medieval town located on the south-east coast of Elba, Capoliveri is full of character and has a charming historical centre where you can choose from a number of restaurants and bars to dine out, and then wander through the enchanting streets. The beaches here have a real allure, and Lido di Capoliveri is a wonderful sandy beach where you can enjoy a drink at a seaside bar, hire pedalos, jet ski, windsurf, or simply sunbathe – perfect for the whole family. There’s plenty of places on Elba to snorkel too. With its rich sea beds, it’s an experience you won’t forget. For those who prefer dry land, hiking and cycling through the mountains is a stimulating experience. To relax, take to the thermal baths of San Giovanni – heaven!