The Elba Tourism Department has offered an attractive offer for tourists. If the rain falls during the May period, you will receive a refund for your stay at the hotel. It is an attempt to attract tourists before the season.
The daily La Stampa notes that almost two-thirds of Italians look at the weather forecast at least once a day, and 9 percent cancel holidays due to inclement weather. This is what prompted the tourism industry on the Tuscan island to redirect this offer. Claudio Della Lucia, the head of the association of representatives of this industry, said that Elba has much more to offer than just beautiful beaches and a wonderful sea. As he noted, the attractions offered do not require sun, and tourists do not get bored during the rain. There are, among others, the museums of Napoleon Bonaparte and the villas in which he was in exile.
Elba is the third largest Italian island and part of the Archipelago of the Tuscan Archipelago. The island is close to 224 km2 and is 29 km long. The island has an older history from ancient Rome.