The small port of Marina di Campo represents an island within an island, immersed in a magical naturalistic and environmental context, in the heart of an old fishing village.
Located in the south-west of the Island of Elba, it is the only landing place on this side and offers an incredible scenery with its seafaring history that can still be experienced and appreciated today. In fact, a fleet of local fishing boats is docked in the small port of Marina di Campo, which represents the pride of the area and which is one of the most important fish cooperatives in Italy. These fishing boats, with their top quality products caught fresh in the Tyrrhenian Sea, supply the restaurants in the area, guaranteeing a sustainable supply chain and a local product at Km Zero.
For us, the port of Marina di Campo represents an idea of welcome and safety, a point of arrival where you can feel immediately at home and always at ease. Customers of the Port of Marina di Campo can take advantage of numerous services. Furthermore, boats, scooters and cars can be rented to organize excursions, island tours by land and by sea, historical-naturalistic visits, or simply enjoy days dedicated to relaxation and well-being: for this you can contact our info-point who will be happy to give you all the necessary information.
Marina di Campo offers visitors and its regular visitors the longest beach on the Island of Elba, equipped with excellent bathing establishments and ideal for pleasant walks along the seafront at sunset, for an aperitif or a romantic dinner by the sea. The locality is also the most fashionable and trendy center of the island, with its nightlife full of events, the colorful craft shops and typical local products that wind along all the streets in the centre, the numerous restaurants, pizzerias and fashion.
The Marina opens up to a cross-section of the Tuscan Archipelago: on one side you can glimpse the conical shape of the Island of Montecristo, legendary and famous thanks to the novel by Dumas, while a few miles away is the Island of Pianosa, sympathetically defined “the steak” for its conformation, formerly the site of a penitentiary and now a nature reserve of the National Park, reachable daily with authorized boats that leave right from the marina.
Even Corsica (France) is easily reachable by sea, as it is just over 30 nautical miles from the coast of Elba; the two islands are deeply linked by their historical and cultural roots. In Marina di Campo there is also the small airport of Elba which offers a service of territorial continuity with “the continent”, has air connections
with some Italian and foreign destinations and allows you to land with small private jets and helicopters. This is a very strategic infrastructure for the area and for local tourism, in fact it is possible to reach the island in a very short time starting from various Italian and European locations. The winning port-airport combination offers shipowners, who usually also have a private aircraft, the possibility of keeping their yacht close at hand, as the airport station is only a couple of kilometers from the Marina.