Chiesa del Santissimo Sacramento

Chiesa del Santissimo Sacramento

This beautiful church, built in the 16th century and decorated in the 18th, offers special acoustic qualities to enjoy the Festival’s concerts. Not far from Piazza della Repubblica and the cathedral, the church of SS Sacramento dates back to the 16th century...
Teatro Flamingo

Teatro Flamingo

A cosy venue for the Festival’s concerts in one of the most characteristic villages of the Island of Elba. The history of the “Flamingo” begins in the 1950s, when the owners of the building decide to open the first cinema in the center of the town....
Portoferraio

Portoferraio

With more than twelve thousand inhabitants, Portoferraio can be considered the undisputed “capital” of the island. The current city was built in 1548 on the ruins of Fabricia, which was the ancient Roman name for the town. Much of the Portoferraio, Italy...
Villa Romana della Linguella

Villa Romana della Linguella

At the end of the marina, where the gulf of Portoferraio starts, next to the Medici-era Martello Tower, there are the remains of a Roman villa, known as ‘della Linguella’,¬†which host one of the most evocative stages of the Festival.   Built in the...
Giardino della Palazzina dei Mulini

Giardino della Palazzina dei Mulini

One of the Festival’s venues is the garden of the Palazzina dei Mulini, also known as Villa dei Mulini, which was one of Napoleon Bonaparte’s two residences in Portoferraio during his exile on the island of Elba (4 May 1814 – 26 February 1815). The...