The Archipelago Toscano is formed by a group of seven islands: Elba, Capraia, Giglio, Giannutri, Gorgona, Montecristo and Pianosa; it extends from the upper-middle coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea until the Corsica, indeed, when the sky is particularly clear you can see the French island from the Elba Island. Full of history and rich in nature and landscapes, the archipelago is a charming place to discover and live in every season. The climate of the Archipelago Toscano is the typical Mediterranean one, and the big diversity of the seabeds and of the coasts that characterize every island, has brought to the different development of many animals; so, to protect them, it has been instituted a Marine Park. The Archipelago is the biggest protected area of the European seas. This has allowed to maintain beaches and coasts of the islands intact and dominated by the wilder nature.