Man has still left the nature on Montecristo completely untouched

Brought to fame at an international level thanks to the famous "Count of Montecristo" by the French writer Alexandre Dumas, this island is south of the Island of Elba, at a distance of about 45 km.

It consists mainly of greyish-pinkish granite, and seen from Elba it is shaped like a large, low pyramid, rich in lush Mediterranean bush. Since there is absolutely nothing on it, man has kept away from it for many centuries, then in the V century, monks and hermits started to make part of the territory suitable for living on:

It is absolutely forbidden to moor your boat there, to swim, to stop there, and even to berth unless you are at least 1 km from the coastline. The entire 100% of its territory is protected.