The largest of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago has so much more to offer visitors than simply being a destination of beaches and turquoise waters. Its history, from the ancient Etruscan mines to Napoleon Bonaparte’s stay, makes this a destination full of historical and interesting sights. Nature reigns supreme on the island, from the spectacular landscapes that can be enjoyed from Monte Capanne to the sunsets on the island’s white beaches. Life at the seaside fills the summer days, and beach lovers can move from one beach to another from one day to the next. The evenings and night life of the island’s towns are always different, making it an ideal holiday destination for every type of traveller.