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Elba Island is one of Tuscany’s finest gems, yet remains relatively unknown, despite being Italy’s third-largest island. Covering an area more than 20 times that of tourism rival Capri, Elba Island is a breathtaking mix of soaring peaks and turquoise bays, dominated at the centre by the kilometre-high Mount Capanne. Portoferrario, on Elba Island’s northern coast, is the island’s largest town, and presents an impressive array of medieval forts, sandy beaches and traditional Italian restaurants, watched over by the imposing 16th-century Fort Stella. The beaches found in this lively harbour town are some of the island’s best, making it a great place to spend a lazy few hours after exploring the town’s historic centre. Elsewhere, the petite fishing village of Port Azzuro wows visitors with its Portofino-like beauty, and the historic hillside town of Marciano Alta is equally attractive – and more than 1,200 feet above sea level, so expect great views.

Elba Island is especially known today for its DOC wine, produced from grapes grown on the island since 1967. Fishing is very popular, so the cuisine often revolves around seafood mains, with sburrita (a stockfish stew flavoured by garlic and anchovies) being one of the most locally popular dishes.

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