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Spiaggia Le Ghiaie (400 m ghiaia) Portoferraio Isola d'Elba

On Elba there are more than 70 beaches, all very different from each other. On the map below you will find them numbered and in different colors according to the system below. By putting the mouse over the numbers you will know: the name, type of beach, and length. Click on the number and you will access the page, complete with photo and description. (A list is also located under the map).

Spiaggia Le Ghiaie (400 m ghiaia) Portoferraio Isola d'Elba

The beach is very close to the center of Portoferraio, on the side opposite the port. Behind the beach are public gardens.
Behind the beach we can enjoy the well- shaded public gardens with children's games .
In addition to water clear highlighted by clear gravel, there is another special feature , when entering the water seems to be in an aquarium , the fish abound ; the beach is located in the marine reserve of Scoglietto .

Spiaggia degli Acquarilli (130 m ghiaia) Isola d'Elba

It is located in a pleasant inlet, but is snubbed by tourists due to the difficult path to reach it.

Spiaggia di Procchio (1000 m sabbia) Isola d'Elba

It is one of the largest and prettiest beaches on the island, and is divided over three localities: Procchio, Camp all'Aia, and Guariola on the extreme right, where the gulf closes in on itself to form an enchanting inlet.

Spiaggia di Scaglieri (150 m sabbia) Isola d'Elba

A pretty and pleasant beach in Biodola Gulf.

Spiaggia di Lacona (1000 m sabbia) Isola d'Elba

The beach, situated in the gulf of its namesake, is one of the biggest on the island and is at the disposal of many camp sites.

Spiaggia Sansone (300m ghiaia) Isola d'Elba

This white pebble beach is always very peaceful, perhaps because it isn't that easy to find. However, it's worth while searching it out for the clarity of the water and the peace that reigns there.

Spiaggia  La Sorgente Isola d'Elba

A beautiful and peaceful little white pebble beach that shows off the clarity of the water.

Spiaggia di Cotoncello (50 m sabbia) S. Andrea Isola d'Elba

A small Sand y beach bordered by smooth white rocks, situated in an unusual inlet that makes it all quite spectacular and unique.

Spiaggia della Biodola (600 m sabbia) Isola d'Elba

It is one of the prettiest beaches on the island. It is separated from Scaglieri beach by some rocks that are easily crossed.

Spiaggia di Pomonte (100+80+300m ghiaia) Isola d'Elba

In the town of Pomonte there are three beaches within a range of 1 km.
In front of one of these (that of Quartiere), near Ogliera Rock, at a depth of 9 m (plainly visible from the surface) lies a cargo ship sunk in 1972. Don't lose the opportunity to make a visit: see the huge wreck, by now the habitat of numerous species of fish, which will give you great pleasure.

The three Pomonte beaches

Central
: 80 m Pebble
Quartiere: 100 m Pebble
Ogliera: 300 m Pebble

Spiaggia della Paolina (150 m sabbia) Isola d'Elba

They say that Paolina, Napoleone's sister, used to come here to sunbathe, from which the beach took its name. In front of the beach is a tiny island, easily accessible through shallow water.

Spiaggia Padulella Isola d'Elba

Situata tra due speroni di scogli bianchi, dello stesso colore è la ghiaia che valorizza la limpidezza dell'acqua.

Spiaggia Capo Bianco (350 m ghiaia) Isola d'Elba portoferraio

The name comes from the point formed by the very white rocks, the same color as the pebbles, which together with the very clear water create fantastic reflections.

Spiaggia di Morcone (200 m sabbia) Capoliveri Isola d'Elba

Only a short piece of coast separates the beautiful beaches of Morcone and Pareti, both well-equipped for tourism.

Spiaggia Enfola (200+50m ghiaia) Isola d'Elba

The Enfola promontory is connected to the mainland by a small strip of land which forms two beaches: one on the North side and one on the South side. It is known throughout Elba for the old tuna factory, by now closed for 50 years but plainly visible in the photo on the side. If you make an excursion by foot around the promontory, you will find many underground caves (bunkers) and look-out placements built by the Navy during the Second World War.