Near to the village, about a kilometre away from the center, you can visit the Little Mine, a small-scale reconstruction of the mine and the activity that once took place there. Once at the site, a small train takes you on a 250-meter route in a tunnel to observe the interesting elements of life in the mines, from the various stages of mining to the great variety of minerals obtained.
Also of note is the historic Sanctuary of the Madonna del Montserrat, located on an isolated hill not far from the village, built by the Spanish governor Pons y Leon in 1606 for the cult of the Black Madonna who is venerated in Spain in the sanctuary of Montserrat.
Among the accessible beaches in the area, there's the memorable sandy beach of Barbarossa which can be reached via the Carmignana promenade, a beautiful equipped panoramic path as well as the beaches of Reale, Rossa, the gravelly Terranera, and finally Pianotta, where rocks alternate with sand. Porto Azzurro also hosts the first dog beach on the island. The seabed is perfect for lovers of scuba diving, with beautiful seascapes suitable for all levels, from beginners to professionals.