If you are planning to visit Italy on spring or summertime, Tuscany is maybe one of the regions you may want to see for many reasons. Florence, Siena, Pisa, are just some of the beautiful cities full of art and history that you can find here.
But Tuscany is not only churches and museums: this beautiful region also hosts some of the nicest sea locations in Italy. The Elba Island is the leading Island of the Tuscan Archipelago and certainly worth a visit.
You can reach Elba from Piombino by ferry in just 1 hour and have the chance to spend a few days in this enchanting gem of the Mediterranean sea.
We drafted a list of the best camping on the Island! Camping will give you the chance to live an authentic experience while saving money. Here are our tips:
Camping Le Calanchiole
This is one of the most known camping of the Island located on the most popular beach of Capoliveri in the south east. The camping is equipped with many facilities and suitable for families. For those who love comfort it provides bungalow/chalets and the new Buerstner Caravan to make you feel at home even while you’re away.
Located in the northern part of Elba, this camping is directly connected to the beautiful beach of Enfola and provides many services for those who love sports and adventure. Here you can find a diving centre or hire a bike to explore the mount Enfola.
Camping La Sorgente
Camping La Sorgente does not provide entertainment for kids, so maybe it is not the best choice for families; but the camping has an extremely privileged position, it gives private access to two of the most beautiful beaches of the Island: Sansone and Sorgente!
Camping Sole e Mare
This camping ground is called “sun and sea” which perfectly resumes the beauty of this place. The camping provides bungalows and apartments equipped with all comforts and stands near the enchanting city of Rio Marina which hosts also and interesting Mineral park created to preserve the history of the Island which was known in the past for the presence of many minerals, especially iron.
For more info about Elba Island you can visit the official site!