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Went with the Aquavision Boat from Elba and took the walking (or trekking as they call it) tour. The commentary was in Italian so I didn't learn much and Googled some information after I returned. All well organised by Aquavision.
The visit reminded me of...More
Pianosa is small island about half an hour from Elba that was in the past prison colony. Nowadays it's abandoned island where you get feeling that time almost stopped and you can just try to imagine how life used to pass there before last prisoner...More
Pianosa has a lot of history and deserved to be visited. Don't particularly recommend the tour with aquavision as after that won't have enough time for swim, eat, visit the catacombs and abandoned buildings.
We realised that we didn't have much time to see the...More
We went with Aquavision from Marina di Campo to Isola di Pianosa. On the island we went snorkeling and did the guided tour with the horse and wagon.
As well for us as for the kids this was a great experience.
A flattish, quite arid, fascinating Mediterranean island that was occupied and deserted many times in many different ways over the centuries.
As an active jail location with crumbling abandoned infrastructure you can only visit bits of it, and will get some insight only by joining...More
I would really recommend to spend a day visitnig with small island, natural park. In fact there are so many interesting thing to see, smell and appreciate. Thre access to Pianosa is limited : no more than 250 persons per day. MOst part of the...More
Did you know that, beyond the wonderful crystal sea and sand beach, on the small Pianosa Island you can have a guided visit of ancient catacombs, ruins of the old prison city and unique uncontaminated landscapes?