We have a special relationship with the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, where we find many possibilities to practice our sporting activities. In fact we find a great variety of itineraries to be covered on foot, running, by bike, always surrounded by beautiful views, with a unique nature and historical testimonies that are lost in the mists of time. Everyone can choose to discover them according to their abilities and attitudes, but always in safety.
Choose the sporting activity you like best and we will accompany you to discover these wonderful islands.
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Gorgona is a special island, because it is the smallest and greenest of the Tuscan Archipelago, because it is the oldest, an isolated piece of the Alps in the Tyrrhenian Sea, but above all because it is the only prison-island still active in Europe. .
In Gorgona you live a unique prison experience, in which prisoners have been given and continue to give the possibility to reintegrate into society through work in a context of "freedom", always in compliance with the Constitution.
Visiting it is not easy, we now know it well and love it in a particular way. Through an unprecedented and panoramic route we will let you know and appreciate all the historical and naturalistic aspects of the island, as well as the peculiarities of daily life in this prison.
An experience to do, which will not leave you indifferent.
Harsh, barren, hard but with a unique charm. Born for those who love to play sports, it makes itself desired immediately, just after disembarking, because ascents and descents are a constant, but above all the views it offers are worth all the effort. Lose yourself in nature, fantasize among the ruins of the penitentiary, walk along paths so fascinating and varied that you will be amazed at every turn. A unique experience to live in all seasons.
The largest of the islands of the archipelago and also the one where the contrast between sea and mountains is more evident. A route that we particularly love and that we like to propose is the Grande Traversata Elbana: a magnificent ridge route that takes us from Cavo to Marciana Marina. We know, the official route ends in Pomonte or Patresi, but we lengthen it making it even more beautiful and unique. A multi-day journey, not easy, not for everyone, but the effort is rewarded by the beauty of the views, which literally takes your breath away.
Too difficult? No problem, the island of Elba allows you to satisfy all requests: more or less long itineraries, more or less difficult, to be covered by walking, running or by bike.
Pianosa is an island rich in history, with evidence dating back to prehistoric times, but also with a wild nature that has now regained the spaces once used by the agricultural activity of the prison colony.
We like to walk it rediscovering all its historical-naturalistic peculiarities, with particular attention to places and anecdotes of prison life.
Of course, the opportunity to take a nice bath in its clear and crystalline waters, surrounded by Roman remains, a reminder of past eras, never fails.
The island of Giglio, the second largest in the Tuscan Archipelago, offers beautiful beaches and coves, but above all a nature of rare beauty. It lends itself to being discovered by walking, running, pedaling…. each according to their own sporting nature. We like to live it along its paths, visiting the picturesque Giglio Porto and the medieval village of Giglio Castello, enjoying the unique and ever-present views of the Tuscan Archipelago and the coast, and then ending up immersing ourselves in the splendid waters of Campese beach: simply gorgeous!
Giannutri is the southernmost island of the Tuscan Archipelago, the island of seagulls, a corner of paradise in the Tyrrhenian Sea. We like to discover it in all its entirety, from Punta del Capel Rosso to Punta San Francesco, being inebriated by its scents, its breathtaking views and never missing a swim in its crystal clear waters, surrounded by the remains of ancient Roman vestiges.
Of course there is never a shortage of curiosities and ancient stories that always accompany our sports excursions.