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Elba's Aquarium is a private structure, created and run without obtaining or asking for any public funding. Unable therefore to measure ourselves up against other big structures for size or spectacles offered, we have chosen a more original...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 23:00
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Traversa di Via Segagnana, 57034 Marina di Campo, Elba Island, Italy
A lot of tanks and differents fish in this acquario, my daughter was happy and moreover it's a center for injuries turtles ;-).
Not the best acquario in the world, but enough big and interesting if you go with your family ;-)
This place could be a little bit bigger for the price. No description of the exhibition in English. Not so easy to access on foot, track leads trough the road frequently used by cars and there is no sidewalk. Anyway, still worth a visit, great...More
Surprisingly complete fish and birds/mammals exposition. Under the Marina 2 hotel you can get from small sharks to stingers to turtles and many others including...terrestial wildlife. The tanks and glasses are generally well clean and information widely available. Well done (there is one tank in...More
Elba is a country I never expected to visit, which was totally by accident. Our ship could not port on the Italian coast, so we ported here. I was pleasantly surprised ... a small, coastal village used as Napolean's exile after his forced 1814 abdication...More
cloudy day so we took our boy to the acquarium, a little expensive for such a small place. Anyway, glad they used the area of a previus night club to set up the acquarium inside it, smart idea and anusual place
This aquarium is small but there is lots of aquariums with big variety of fish and you can spend easily an hour and a half there. They could have more descriptions in English though since my Italian and German is quite limited:)
The Aquarium is an alternative to the beach. If you go there on a rainy day be prepared to find the place quite crowded.
The Aquarium and the added Taxidermy (stuffed) animals give you a great overview on the who is who of the local...More
Made a stop by with the kids to the aquarium and then to the Marina 2 for lunch. Great experience.
The food was fantastic and the service was excellent. Jole at the restaurant was so gracious and attentive. She even booked reservations for us in...More