WHERE DOES THE WIND BLOW? THE NORTHWESTERLY MISTRAL WIND (NW)

Coasts exposed to the mistral wind offer unique landscapes, especially in winter, when the roaring waves give us unforgettable moments. The sound of the ocean with its splendor touches everyone.
The mistral wind comes from the north-west and the Romans called him Circius or Chorus. It is mainly present in the Mediterranean and is able to reach a speed of more than 120 km / h.

Beaches sheltered from the Mistral wind

Marina di Campo
The beach is located inside the country. Coming from Portoferraio follow the signs to Marina di Campo.
Type of beach: Sand.
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Fonza
Follow the signs to Marina di Campo, follow the road to Elba Aquarium, the beach is located on the right hand you find an indication for a small street.
Type of beach: sandy and pebble

Lacona
Approximately located 5 km from Porto, follow the road to Lacona.
Type of beach: sand

Norsi
Coming from Portoferraio follow the signs for Porto Azzurro. It is located 4.5 km from Lacona.
Type of beach: sandy and pebble

Zuccale
Coming from Capoliveri heading to Porto Azzurro, turn left after about 1 km to the beach and follow the signs Zuccale.
Type of beach: sand
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Barabarca
From Capoliveri towards Porto Azzurro, turn left after about 1 km and follow the signs for Barabarca beach.
Type of beach: sandy and pebble

Morcone

Coming from Capoliveri we find signs for Morcone beach after about 2.5 km.

Type of beach: sand

Pareti
From Capoliveri follow the signs that lead us directly to the beach of Pareti after about 2.5 Km
Type of beach: sand
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Innamorata
Coming from Capoliveri we find signs that lead us after about 3.5 kilometers to the beach dell’Innamorata .
Type of beach: sand

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Chiara Luciani

Biologa marina, istruttrice e guida ambientale subacquea. Comunicare e divulgare le bellezze del mondo marino sono da sempre la mia passione e il mio lavoro.

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