The Piombino – Portoferraio route is serviced by several companies: Toremar, Moby Lines, Blu Navy, Elba Ferries,
which in the summer season allow the crossing practically every half hour. The route takes from 30 minutes to one hour.
Our Residences have entered into an agreement with Blu Navy and the agency TraghettiLines that offer discounted tickets for our customers.
FROM THE NORTH: Use Motorway A12, Genova-Livorno, exit at Rosignano. Continue on State Route 1 “Aurelia” until Venturina-Isola d’Elba and from there continue to Piombino Marittima.
FROM THE NORTH-EAST: Use Motorway A1 Bologna-Florence-Pisa-Livorno, exit at Rosignano. Continue on State Route 1 “Aurelia” until Venturina-Isola d’Elba and from there continue to Piombino Marittima. Alternatively, take the State Route SS (Expressway). G.C. Florence-Pisa-Livorno; exit at Firenze Signa and follow the State Route as far as Collesalvetti; return on the motorway as far as Rosignano Marittima, then take the highway as far as Venturina, then Piombino Marittima.
FROM THE SOUTH: Use Motorway A12 Rome-Grosseto, then State Route 1 “Aurelia” until Venturina-Isola d’Elba and from there continue to Piombino Marittima.
Elba can be reached by embarking in Piombino, where several shipping companies (Toremar, Moby Lines, Blu Navy, Elba Ferries) have comfortable ferries that during the summer period make numerous trips per day. With less than an hour of navigation you can cross the 10 kilometers that separate the island from the mainland, reaching the ports of Portoferraio, Cavo and Rio Marina. Capoliveri can be reached by car from Portoferraio in just over 15 minutes. Once off the ferry, follow the signs “Tutte le Direzioni” (All directions) then “Porto Azzurro” and “Capoliveri”. Turn right at the sign for Capoliveri (well signposted). Once in Capoliveri follow the signs for “Morcone” and “Pareti”.
Motorway Traffic Information Centre – tel. +39 06.43.63.21.21 – www.autostrade.it
For those who want to arrive first in Tuscany by plane and then reach the island of Elba by train or rent a car, the relevant airports information is:
Pisa: Tel. +39 050.500.707 – www.pisa-airport.com
Firenze: Tel. +39 055.30.61.702 – www.aeroporto.firenze.it
To arrive in Italy from abroad:
Milano Orio: www.orioaeroporto.it
In Marina di Campo, there is also an airport open to international tourist traffic for aircrafts, which can take off within the limits of 1185 meters of available runway (concrete runway). Some third-tier companies connect Elba with Pisa, Milan, Munich, Alterhein, Bern and Zurich.
Aeroporto Isola d’Elba: Tel. +39 05126.96.36.199 – www.elbaisland-airport.it
To reach the island by bus there is a connection by Pullman Gran Turismo operating from Milan.
Departures from various points in and around Milan. There are two companies that operate the route:
– MaremmaTour – Arzillibus: www.arzillibus.it
– Autostradale: www.busitalia.it
For those coming from Florence there is the Florence – Piombino BUS service that connects Florence station directly with Piombino Marittima: www.busweb.it
Once disembarked in Portoferraio in front of the port is the local bus station, with connections with the maritime services.
For information about the bus services contact ATL – Viale Elba Portoferraio – tel.+39 0565 914392.
Elba cabn be reached by train by getting off at Piombino Marittima station, opposite to the port. From both the Genoa – Rome and Reggio Calabria – Florence
national lines you can reach the Campiglia Marittima train station, then you have to follow the branch to the port of Piombino (14 km).
For more information, the Ferrovie dello Stato (National Italian Railways) toll-free number is 8488.88088 – www.trenitalia.com
For information on bus services, contact ATL – Viale Elba Portoferraio – tel. +39 0565 914392.
For Europe to Italy train services, check the following sites:
bahn.hafas.de/bin/query.exe/dn — www.sbb.ch (ferrovie svizzere) — www.bahn.de (ferrovie tedesche)