The Tuscan Islands

The Tuscan Islands

Portoferraio, for example, the historic capital (especially worth seeing: the castle Forte Stella from the 16th century and the Palazzo dei Mulini, Napoleon’s city residence during his exile in 1814). Marciana Marina, the enchanting small harbour village on the north-western side of Elba. Also, the protected natural harbour of Porto Azzurro must be part of every cruise. In addition, you can visit the northern coast of Corsica – for example the busy and lively Bastia or Macinaggio. On the way there the route is interrupted by the island Capraia. It is the third largest island of the Tuscan archipelago, its capital and its harbour are located on the east side of the former prison island. Today Capraia is under conservation; just as the six more Tuscan islands, it belongs also to the National Park of the Tuscan archipelago, the largest marine protected area in the whole of Europe. It is also the homeland of different dolphin types, of moon fish, of sperm whales, furrow whale and even of the rare Mediterranean monk seals.

  • Weather & Wind

    På sommaren når vinden huvudsakligen fastlandet från Väst till Öst, och i Öarna från Sydost. På natten är det vanligen en lätt Syd Östlig vind. Det är knappast starka Vindar. Det Stormiga Libbeccio kommer från Syd Väst och blåser bara när det finns lågtryck mellan Genua golfen.


 

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Tuscan Islands: 7 days itinerary

Departure: Marina di Scarlino (Puntone)
Distance: 157 Nautical miles

Day 1: Yacht take over
Day 2: Puntone - Portoferraio (Elba) (22 nm)
Day 3: Portoferraio - Golfo di Viticcio - Capraia (30 nm)
Day 4: Capraia - Macinaggio (Corsika) (20 nm)
Day 5: Macinaggio - Bastia (Corsika) (17 nm)
Day 6: Bastia - Porto Azzurro (Elba) (49 nm)
Day 7: Porto Azzurro - Puntone (19 nm)
Day 8: Yacht return