Located just 500 metres from the wonderful old town centre of Portoferraio, in the Tyrrhenian Sea’s most sheltered bay, the Esaom Cesa moorings are a unique opportunity for experiencing the beauty of Elba and the Tuscan Archipelago all year round.

The very well protected position and the close vicinity of countless sheltered anchorages – spectacular bays with crystal-clear water – provide yachtsmen who chose Esaom as their home port with the ideal conditions for an enjoyable holiday at any time.










The facility has 300 berths for craft up to 65 metres in length (max depth 5,5 meters), with all the amenities a modern marina can provide:

water, electricity, wifi, mooring assistance, luggage collection, toilets and showers including disabled facilities, car-park, bar, restaurant, use of bicycles, helipad, yachting accessories store, parts service and large showroom, and boatyard able to handle any type of job, surveillance h/24. From August 2018 available the “washing and drying” services in the dedicated rooms.

In high season, the marina operates a concierge service to meet all the needs of owners, skippers and crews.

Cleaning on board, fuel filling station (petrol, diesel, mix and oil) in the immediate vicinity of the moorings. Large yachts can book bunkering actually at our quays.

Special rates at local businesses

For an even more enjoyable stay, Esaom Cesa has arranged a series of special low rates with amenities and businesses in Portoferraio and other locations on the island.

Guided by our local experience, our clients are thus offered a choice of traditional restaurants, wine bars for aperitifs, night-spots, stores for shopping, hotels, museums and archaeological sites and sports (sailing, windsurfing, trekking, diving, off-shore fishing, mountain-biking and golf), sure of a warm welcome everywhere.

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Portoferraio, the island’s capital, is a lively town with an impressive history.
Over the years its very sheltered harbour, considered one of the best on the Tyrrhenian by the great military adventurers and seafarers of the past, has developed all the usual tourism facilities.

Visitors can explore museums and archaeological locations (Roman remains), gardens, and the old town, with its narrow streets climbing the hill to one of the villas used by Napoleon Bonaparte during his short exile on Elba.
Not to mention shops of all kinds, restaurants, pizzerias, wine bars and bars overlooking the sea.
There are opportunities for tennis, golf, cycling and trekking (the Grande Traversata Elbana is a famous walking route across the whole island, with trails climbing from the sea to the mountains).
The San Giovanni Spa, the western Mediterranean’s only Thalassotherapy centre, is also famous.

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