A beautiful clear beach protected by a narrow land tongue makes itself a very relaxing holiday destination.
Church of Saint Caterina is a baroque church located in the centre of Livorno, in the district of New Venice.
Napoleon's house while he was in exile on the island. Worth a visit for the views and the pompous furniture.
The Stadio Armando Picchi is a multi-purpose stadium in Livorno, Italy.
History buffs should not miss the ruins of an ancient Roman villa built in 100 BC.
Visit this coastal fortress dating back to 1000 AD and sitting on a mountain above Portoferraio. It was reconstructed many times.
The Cisternoni of Livorno are a series of three large buildings in the neoclassical style at Livorno, in Tuscany, Italy.
One of the finest beaches Elba has to offer. Shallow blue waters, white sand and plenty of bars, that's the recipe for happiness!
Dating to 1298, this ancient parish house is a prime example of the early "Roman Pisa" architectural style. Must-see.
Walk up the steep hill decorated by the Stations of the Cross and visit this extraordinary 16th century church with amazing frescoes.
Visit this gem of ancient architecture built in the 11th century and neighbouring with the Pieve di San Giovanni.