Nearby in Punta Marana, about 100 metres from the residence, you can find commercial and tourist services of all kinds: supermarket, restaurant-pizzeria, bazaar, newsagent and tobacconist, ATMs, bakery and pastry shop, and the characteristic small church of Punta Marana.
At the marina of Punta Marana about 300 m away, you have the opportunity to moor or hire a boat or scooter, and there is also a diving school. There are also a bar, restaurant, ice cream shop, arcade, hairdresser, craft shops and a medical centre.
About 300 metres away there are also football fields with synthetic grass.
The residence does not manage any of the shops and services above: therefore calendars or opening hours are not guaranteed.  


Piombino is indeed an important reference for its port, but it would be a real shame to know it only for this aspect. The center can be visited very well on foot.
Next to the Tower, in 1400, the Rivellino was built, an imposing semicircular reinforcement construction. At first sight the structure appears at least original, at least this is my impression. However, the complex is better understood knowing that the Rivellino is a military construction, built for defensive purposes, to protect the city against enemy attacks, at the time a Lordship ruled by the Orsini family.


Siena, city of Tuscany, in Central Italy, stands out for its medieval brick buildings. Piazza del Campo, the central square with its characteristic fan-like shape, is home to the Palazzo Pubblico (the Gothic-style town hall) and the Torre del Mangia, a slender 14th century tower with a white crenellation offering a magnificent view. The seventeen historical districts (the city quarters) extend all around right from the square. The age of maximum splendor of the city, coincided with the emergence of Siena as Florence's rival, was reached in the Middle Ages, a period that saw the city - at the peak of its historical-economic evolution - take the current form: over the course of a few decades the splendid Palazzo Comunale was erected with the high Torre del Mangia, the beautiful Piazza del Campo was paved with the travertine ribs to draw its characteristic shell shape and the famous Duomo was erected.

Island of Elba

The landscapes are the strong point of the Island of Elba and the travelers who go there for their summer holidays cannot miss the Monte Capanne with its 1019 meters of altitude: it is the ideal destination for trekking and walking lovers. Those who love the sea instead cannot miss the beautiful beaches of the island, such as Marciana Marina, Lacona, Pomonte, Sant’Andrea and Rio nell’Elba. In addition to boasting a crystal clear sea in these beaches you can also make wonderful excursions, surrounded by the Mediterranean scrub. Still on the subject of excursions, there is the Filo d'Oro path located on the sides of Mount Perone, but also the Oasis delle Orchidee and the famous Butterfly Sanctuary near Monte Maolo. Along the Butterfly Trail it is possible to spot up to 50 different butterfly species and is a unique habitat in Europe.

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