Legend has it that the Tuscan Archipelago originated from a necklace that fell from the neck of Venus, the goddess of beauty and love, into the waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
There is some truth in this gentle myth, because there is no doubt that the islands of the archipelago are fragments of paradise.
On the other hand, few other tourist resorts in the world can boast such a rich and varied offer within the space of a few kilometres:
from the seabed, a true diver’s paradise, to the mountains surrounded by centuries-old forests, from the beaches and coves framed by Mediterranean maquis to the small hillside villages immersed in timeless tranquillity.
Each visitor can find their own holiday dimension, practising their favourite sport, indulging in the ritual of sunbathing or discovering what the Tuscan Archipelago has to offer in terms of history, culture and gastronomy.