The house in the suburb Filetto lies in a quiet residential area about 1.5 km from Marina di Campo and the beach. This former fishing village, despite the development of tourism still a lively fishing tradition, as evidenced by the small, colorful wooden boats in the harbor with their nets and rods.
To see the beauty of the bay of Marina di Campo better, you can visit the villages of San Piero and Sant'Ilario, picturesque old villages, which are known for their granite quarries of Fonte del Prete, Caviere, Vallicella Grottadoggi, from which important pillars and monuments such as the ones in the Pantheon and the Cathedral of Aachen were exported. In San Piero you can visit the church of San Nicolò, which was probably built on the Uinen an ancient temple. In Sant'Ilario can visit the church of San Francesco. Between the villages you canstill see along the road to Monte Perone the remains of ancient settlements. Numerous hiking trails begin here where you can admire local game and plants. The seventh-century tower of San Giovanni is located near the fascinating Romanesque. Pisan church of San Giovanni, the greatest early Christian church in Elba.
Of extraordinary beauty, the beaches of Cavoli and Fetovaia with their golden sand, the most popular beaches for young people.
Beaches: Cavoli (sand and rocks), Colle Palombaia (gravel), Fonza (gravel) and Seccheto (sand and gravel).
to Marina di Campo belongCavoli, Fetovaia, La Pila, Marina di Campo, the Pianosa Island, S. Piero, S. Ilario, Seccheto