Villa Romana della Linguella

Villa Romana della Linguella

The Linguella Roman Villa hosts the main scene of the Festival, and can be reached in a few minutes’ walk from the port and the city center of Portoferraio.   There are remains of a Roman villa on the furthermost part of the land where the gulf of...
Teatro dei Vigilanti Renato Cioni

Teatro dei Vigilanti Renato Cioni

The Carmelite church was built in the 18th century at the heart of the ancient fortified centre of Portoferraio. In the late Napoleonic age, the architect Paolo Bargigli transformed the deconsecrated church into a theatre, which was opened on January 24th 1815. During...
Villa San Martino

Villa San Martino

The Villa San Martino, also known as Villa Bonaparte, is one of the two residences that Napoleon Bonaparte inhabited on the Island of Elba between May 1814 and February 1815. Located in San Martino, in the Municipality of Portoferraio, although it is often referred to...
Anfiteatro La Vantina

Anfiteatro La Vantina

The La Vantina open-air Theatre represents a unique opportunity to attend Festival’s concerts while enjoying the breathtaking view that makes Capolivery, one of the must-see villages of Elba. In Roman times, Capoliveri was called Caput Liberum. Now it is a quiet...