It is one of the beautiful beaches on Elba Island, a white pebble beach near Portoferraio that boasts crystal-clear water. It is very popular but unfortunately it's pretty small, plus it’s achievable along a dirt track, so giving up and going back due to lack of space isn’t a great experience. That's why it's better ton visit it off-season.
In addition to the beauty of its beaches, Elba offers many attractions and events like the historical re-enactment linked to Napoleon, who he lived there in exile for nine months, from May 4, 1814 to February 26, 1815. In September there are also the Elba Isola Musicale d’Europa and the Tuscany Walking Festival. The first is one of the most important musical events on the international classical and jazz music scene, the latter is one of the most important hiking festivals in Italy.