Beaches that are sheltered from the Tramontane wind (North)

Since the Tramontane wind (from the North) blows from the north it tends to be somewhat cooler than other winds, and even freezing during the winter months.

It hardly ever blows across Elba during the summer, but when it does it makes the air cool and dry, and blows the clouds away.

Acquarilli Acquarilli is an enchanting beach, thanks to its black sand and shingle, and the steep cliffs around it.
Aliva Cala dell'Aliva is one of the Island of Elba's most deserted and pristine beaches.
Bagnaia Bagnaia is a beach in the gulf of Portoferraio, with bathing establishments, rentals, bars and restaurants
Barbarossa Barbarossa is a sandy beach near Porto Azzurro, surrounded by a lush green bay, and is easy to get to by car.
Cala delle Alghe Wonderful bay with a breathtaking view and crystal clear water surrounded by beautiful rocks.
Cavoli Cavoli is a sandy beach, perfect for teenagers who want to have a good time and get a great sun tan.
Colle Palombaia 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.
Felciaio Felciaio is both a sandy and a pebble beach, and is perfect for those who wish to relax or love diving.
Fetovaia Famous Fetovaia, one of the most suggestive beaches on the island, consists of golden sand and smooth rocks.
Fonza Fonza beach is near Marina di Campo, dogs are allowed. The sea is shallow till quite far out, the sea bed is sandy.
Forno Forno is a small, quiet sandy beach facing La Biodola Gulf.
Innamorata Innamorata beach, a romantic, sandy cove, that offers you crystal clear water and enchanting sunsets.
La Pianotta La Pianotta is one of the two beaches in the town of Porto Azzurro
La Rossa La Rossa is inside the harbour in Porto Azzurro and looks out to one of the biggest inlets in the eastern side of the Island of Elba.
La Torre The beach lies at the foot of the sixteenth century Appian Tower that can be seen from anywhere in the town.
Lacona Lacona is one of Elba's largest beaches, and consists of fine grain sand dunes, with many facilities to offer.
Laconella Laconella is an enchanting, fine grain sandy beach between the Punta della Contessa promontory and Capo Fonza.
Le Calle The crystal clear water and the fact that the area is secluded means that Le Calle rocks are much loved.
Le Piscine Famous for its flat, rather smooth rocks that are comfortable for lying on, dotted with natural pools created by the waves.
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.
Malpasso di Rio The beach consists of thousands of iron mineral lamellas and hematite micro crystals that shimmer in the sun.
Margidore Margidore is a very long, but quiet beach, easy to get to, even by the disabled. Bars, as well as canoe and surf rental on the beach.
Marina di Campo Marina di Campo is a long beach consisting of fine grain sand, right next to the town, and is perfect for children because the water is shallow till far out.
Mola Since 2006 Mola has been the first Dog Beach on the Island of Elba
Morcone Morcone is a small beach near the centre of Capoliveri, and despite not being very long it offers many facilities.
Norsi Norsi is a long, sand and shingle beach in Capoliveri, easy to get to and perfect for children.
Pareti Pareti is a sandy beach surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, not far from the centre of Capoliveri.
Reale Reale, where you can still see traces of the mines, is a sandy beach near Porto Azzurro and not far from the small lake of Terranera.
Remaiolo Remaiolo is a sandy beach you can't get to by car, so it is very quiet. There are several small, rugged coves nearby.
Scaglieri Tiny sandy beach next to La Biodola, with many facilities and breathtaking sunsets over the Island of Capraia on the horizon.
Seccheto Pleasant and peaceful, coarse grain sands beach, surrounded by beautiful cliffs, Seccheto is perfect if you want peace and quiet.
Terranera Terranera beach, consisting of sand mixed with hematite, which explains its dark colour, separates the sea from the lake bearing the same name.
Vetrangoli 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.