The natural, unspoilt landscapes of the Isle of Elba are the ideal location for those who love to be at one with nature, for those who adore to observe it and who respect each and every one of its aspect.
For this reason, going trekking on the Isle of Elba is one of the most popular activities thanks to the geological shape of the territory and the fact that it is part of the Natural Park of the Tuscan Archipelago makes it possible to enjoy the magnificence of the flora and fauna of these locations that offer truly magical, heavenly sights with panoramas, the beauty of which take your breath away.
Going trekking does not necessarily mean that you have to endure long, tiring walks at a relentless pace: the opposite is actually true since trekking is great also because it allows you to get into touch with the natural world that surrounds you. Keeping a slow but constant pace is the ideal way to savour the sounds, colours and fragrances of the Elba landscape.
The incredible heterogeneous co-existence of rocky landscapes, beaches with crystal-clear water, woods and rock conformations make the Isle of Elba one of the best places to go trekking. In fact, by taking a stroll for a few hours, you will find yourselves in places which are completely different from those you saw at the beginning of your journey, immersed in the marvellous atmosphere of a landscape that changes at every twist and turn. You will find yourselves surrounded by splendid landscapes with brooms, strawberry trees, junipers, myrtle shrubs and chestnut woods, enveloped by the fragrances of the sea breeze, rosemary and lavender with rocky cliffs dropping sheer into the sea greenery of the Mediterranean Maquis as far as the eye can see.
If you have never been trekking before, there are a few key suggestions that could be useful so you can enjoy your experience in the best way possible as well as rules that are necessary to follow to fully respect the natural, unspoilt landscapes you will be travelling through.
Rules to be followed: