About ten kilometres from the Tuscan coast lies Elba, the island that reminds you of Napoleon. It is equally famous for its exotic nature and on Elba you will find yourself in a little paradise.
A gentle breeze makes palm trees sway, colourful flowers and plants thrive in the always-pleasant temperature. It’s never much colder than 16 degrees it is not here, which makes it an ideal holiday destination all year round.
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Camping Village le Rosselba Palma is surrounded by a botanical garden from which you can enjoy plenty of the green wealth for which the island is rich. The beautiful pool is for any age and tastes, and in the restaurants you can enjoy local specialties while the kids tuck in to their own healthy food from the kids menu.
Rosselba Palma campsite has some special accommodation. We offer an exceptional campsite with the new fully furnished, fully equipped luxury Glamptent. Of course the sea is close and if you look closely you can see it beckon from most of the site. Elba is known for its beautiful beaches and azure bays. The rich underwater life could tempt you to try diving, or you could also endlessly float around with your snorkel.
Facilities at Rosselba Palma
-Sailing, windsurfing and canoeing
-Plenty of sports activities including tennis and archery
-Swimming paradise for young and old
For the children
-Children's pool with play area
-Special children's menus
-Diving courses for children aged 6 onwards
The area surrounding Rosselba Palma
You can soon discover that Elba is part of Europe's largest marine reserve when you dive into the underwater world. Life is colourful if you know where to look and above water the landscape is Mediterranean and hilly. You can stroll through chestnut forests, over mountain paths and through medieval villages. The town of Capoliveri, with a maze of steep streets, stairways, alleys and stunning views over the Bay of Porto Azzurro is not to be missed.
**Please note there is no arrival day on Wednesday's and there will be no couriers present on the campsite on this day**