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ELBA >> Porto Azzurro
 
The Beaches
If you do not intend to go after adventures and undersea treasures such as Polluce, that according to the legend is in the depths of Porto Azzurro Gulf, and you only want to relax on a beach, this part of the coastline will be able to satisfy your even most extravagant needs, both in service and in nature. Driving down the road that runs along the gulf you get to Mola beach, with a sand and pebble bottom and so well protected that it actually seems more a small harbor than a real beach Rossa beach is located in the very center of the village, inside the harbor that unfortunately provokes an inevitable water pollution and is therefor only suitable for those who do not demand too much and are not up for moving around.
Pianotta is located behind the port as well but is a town beach with transparent and unpolluted water, a lovely sea-bed and all comforts within reach. Barbarossa beach is easily accessible from the center, well protected, wide, comfortable and extremely well-equipped. Just next to the beach, the small cove Barbarossa, wedged between rocks and easily accessible from the homonymous beach. The reddish wall of land, excavated by the billaus, looks like a thick beard and has given the name to both the cove and the large beach. Reale beach is well served, wide and easily accessible.

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