The Capraia sea is the most outstanding feature of Tuscany's Water Lands, the highlight of every trip to this stunning and remote island.
The best way to experience it is by renting a boat or an inflatable raft, or by joining an organized tour.
While exploring the coastline, enjoy the stunning views of rocks, coves, inlets and small caves that are evidence of the geo-volcanic evolution of the island. Contrasting with this are the endless shades of the sea, from turquoise to cobalt blue to emerald green. A boat trip around the island would not be complete without a dive to discover the seabed of the protected marine area, where you'll discover a varied fauna of groupers, barracudas, amberjacks and many other fish that will welcome you among crystal-clear waters rich in coloured rocks and vegetation. The incredible setting has nothing to envy of the Caribbean seas.
The Capraia sea will be the main feature of your trip, even if you decide to experience it from land. Even walking along the trekking routes of the island, wherever you look, you'll always see the sea. Reaching the top of Le Penne or Punta del Dattero, you can enjoy breathtaking views. On days when the northern wind blows, you can admire the entire Tuscan archipelago, from the Tuscan coast to the island of Gorgona. In the evenings, relax and enjoy unforgettable sunsets.