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6 hidden gems of the Tuscan Archipelago

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Elba’s towns

42°45’41.7”N 10°23’48.7”E

Bruno Montalbano Peila, captain of 27m sailing yacht My Lotty, reveals the wild havens of the Tuscan Archipelago.

1. Elba’s towns

Spend a night at anchor close to Porto Azzurro. Get up early and head to Capoliveri to browse the charming shops. La Taverna dei Poeti is an unassuming little restaurant but the food is something special. You need to taste the tuna burger starter and the Gragnano paccheri pasta with grouper.

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