Pristine nature and numerous facilities for tourists

Surrounded by pristine nature, Staccoligno beach isdeep in the heart of nature and is inside the gulf with Capo Perla and Liscolino at the far end, on the eastern coast of the Island of Elba.

The beach is quite shelteredfrom the southern, south western and western winds as well as those from the north; on the other hand it is less sheltered from the winds from the east.

It is about 220 metres long and more or less 8 metres wide, and the surrounding pristine nature plus the beauty of the bay that it sits in explains why it is so popular.

The emerald green water  is shallow till quite far out, and the soft sand makes the beach perfect for families with small children  who will enjoy playing on it. Not only that, there are numerous facilities available so tourists' needs are always very well catered for. As well as bars and restaurants on the beach, you can also hire sun beds and sun umbrellas, pedalòs and small motor boats, that are the perfect choice if you want to go on a tour of the nearby inlets and coves.

The beach is ideal also for underwater sports, sailing and windsurf, and it caters for the disabled too.

Hint from Infoelba: Starting off at Straccoligno  you can head for the other breathtaking inlets further along the coast like: Straccolignino, Ferrato, Malpasso, Calanova, Istia and Buzzancone or, on the opposite side, Capo Perla beach with the majestic Faro Focardo Fortress, built in 1600 by the Spanish so they could watch over Porto Azzurro.

The beach is perfect for underwater sports as well as sailing and windsurfing and it also has access for the disabled.

Protective nets against jellyfish have been installed in the water inStraccoligno beach: nets have been put in part of the area in the sea allowing you to go swimming without having to worry about being stung by a jellyfish.

Interesting fact: many baby Caretta caretta > turtles were unexpectedly born on Straccoligno beach in the summer of 2018

Getting to Straccoligno.

Straccoligno beach is very easy to get to if you start off at the town of Capoliveri, then go down the main road for about 3 km until you clearly see the signs. There are both free and fee paying car parks near the beach.

During the summer, there is a shuttle bus service from the town of Capoliveri.

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Information and facilities

Recommended with the following winds South Wind, Sout-West Wind, West Wind, Mistral
Length220 m
FacilitiesBar, Minibus, Boat / pedalo hire/rental, Sun umbrella / sun bed hire/rental, Car park, Restaurants, Bathing establishment
Nearby beaches Ferrato (0,32 km), Malpasso (0,64 km), Calanova (0,79 km), Naregno (0,84 km), Istia (0,91 km), Buzzancone (1,29 km), Punta Nera (1,69 km), La Pianotta (1,82 km), La Rossa (2,03 km), Mola (2,14 km), Barbarossa (2,38 km), Reale (2,69 km), Stagnone (2,87 km), Terranera (3,08 km), Morcone (3,22 km), Madonna delle Grazie (3,25 km), Pareti (3,32 km), Vetrangoli (3,5 km), Remaiolo (3,61 km), Innamorata (3,64 km), Barabarca (3,68 km), Zuccale (3,82 km), Lido di Capoliveri (4,38 km), Felciaio (4,95 km)


Legend of points of interest

Farm holiday campsites
Beach of Straccoligno

1 structures near the beach of Straccoligno see on map

Farm holiday campsites near the beach of Straccoligno

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Straccoligno, Capoliveri