The Levanter wind (from the east) is a gentle, cool wind that brings humidity, mist and rain. Very frequent from July to October it is very similar to the Scirocco and the Ostro winds.
Cala dell'Aliva is one of the Island of Elba's most deserted and pristine beaches.
Bagnaia is a beach in the gulf of Portoferraio, with bathing establishments, rentals, bars and restaurants
Barabarca beach has more than one type of sand, and is in a bay that is sheltered from most winds that blow across the island.
Biodola is a sandy beach in one of the most enchanting gulfs in Elba, near Portoferraio. Beautiful hotels and restaurants right on the beach.
Cavoli is a sandy beach, perfect for teenagers who want to have a good time and get a great sun tan.
Chiessi beach is surrounded by granite cliffs, and is perfect for those who want to do windsurf or go snorkelling on the Island of Elba.
Colle Palombaia is a pristine and suggestive beach near Marina di Campo, and is perfect if you want to relax away from the noisy crowd.
Capo d'Enfola is famous for its ancient tuna fishing port, now the seat of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. The narrow isthmus has a beach on either side.
Fonza beach is near Marina di Campo, dogs are allowed. The sea is shallow till quite far out, the sea bed is sandy.
Forno is a small, quiet sandy beach facing La Biodola Gulf.
Innamorata beach, a romantic, sandy cove, that offers you crystal clear water and enchanting sunsets.
Tiny beach that is interesting from a naturalistic point of view and that you get to by following the Sentiero della Salute: Biodola - Procchio.
Small beach mid way between Bagnaia and Nisporto, access to which is only by sea.
Le Tombe beach consists of tiny, dark stones, and although not very easy to get to it is of pristine, natural beauty.
Lido di Capoliveri
Lido di Capoliveri is a large, sandy beach, very popular among teenagers and very easy to get to thanks to the bus service.
Madonna delle Grazie
Madonna delle Grazie is a small, sand and pebble beach, with a diving school, and a bar/restaurant.
Almost magical because typically pristine and rugged, Mangani beach is one of the most beautiful and untouched bays on the Island of Elba.
Morcone is a small beach near the centre of Capoliveri, and despite not being very long it offers many facilities.
Nisportino is definitely the beach for those who want to escape from the city and have a completely relaxing holiday.
Nisporto is well sheltered from the wind and is perfect for children, thanks to its sea bed and the numerous facilities available
Pareti is a sandy beach surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, not far from the centre of Capoliveri.
Patresi beach consists of large pebbles, and the beautiful sea bed is perfect for lovers of scuba diving and snorkelling.
Pomonte beach has the same name as the town where it sits, whose sea bed fascinates scuba divers and whose weather is much loved by windsurfing fans.
Procchio is one of the longest and most pleasant sandy beaches in Elba, with a very wide choice of facilities and plenty room to park.
Remaiolo is a sandy beach you can't get to by car, so it is very quiet. There are several small, rugged coves nearby.
Ripa Barata is a tiny, pristine cove that takes its name from the "landslide" of rocks to the right of the beach.
Rivercina is one of the most deserted beaches on the Island of Elba because it is one of the most rugges and pristine.
Tiny sandy beach next to La Biodola, with many facilities and breathtaking sunsets over the Island of Capraia on the horizon.
Characteristic beach with breathtaking view of the skyline of Portoferraio, on the northern side of Elba.
A small beach in the mining area of Capoliveri, characterized by sand of suggestive and varying hues that gives the beach an unbelievable colourful aspect.
There are no facilities on the Viticcio beaches, but they are perfect if you want to have a relaxing time at the beach away from the busy crowds.
Zuccale beach consisting of fine grain sand and rocks, offers crystal clear water and breathtaking sunsets.
Zupignano beach is truly beautiful from a geological point of view, thanks to the high clifftops that seem to want to push it down into the sea.