Valentine’s Day 2015 on Elba Island: five ideas for your romantic trip

  • Published: 19 January 2015
  • Category: Events

Valentine’s Day 2015 Elba IslandValentine’s Day is coming. And you’ve decided for a trip in company of your loved one. But you’ve not yet decided where to go. What about Elba Island?



The old town of Portoferraio is romantic just like you would expect for Valentine’s Day: small, charming, with the sea few steps away that will accompany you with the sound of waves. And then, in the evening, you only have to choose among the many Portoferraio’s restaurants for a romantic dinner.


Innamorata beach (lover’s beach)

This could be considered the most romantic beach of the whole Elba Island. The Innamorata is located in Capoliveri. The beach is white sand, closely guarded by the small Gemini islands, which at sunset becomes vermilion. In addition there is a moving legend associated with the Innamorata beach: the story of a woman who for love of her man did not hesitate to sacrifice.



On Elba Island you surely won’t miss entertainment opportunities. There are two main clubs: Club 64 near Portoferraio and Decò near Capoliveri. Those are the destination for your dancing celebration of Valentine’s Day. As already mentioned, in Portoferraio there are a lot of pubs, restaurants and clubs that will surely have planned something special for all the lovers.



Get away from the stress of the routine for few days, even better if you are with your loved one. If this is what you wish, the Portoferraio spa are waiting for you to restore your body and your spirit.



The true fans won’t give up their favourite sport even on Valentine’s Day. On Elba Island you can enjoy various kind of sports: trekking, diving and extreme sports such as free climbing and paraglider. The hikes could be an ideal way for pass Valentine’s Day: don’t miss the trekking to Monte Capanne, on its top you can see the whole Elba Island.


Five ideas for your 2015 Valentine’s Day trip. You only have to choose and book in time your ferry to Elba Island.


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