Holiday among crystalline beaches , Etruscan ruins... and good wine
On the Tuscan coast, San Vincenzo is silhouetted against its long sandy beaches, perfect for water sports and open air activities.
A day trip in the area surrounding Park Albatros is a unique experience thanks to its proximity to historic and picturesque towns and villages. Just a short distance away you'll be able to admire the beauty of Pisa, Florence, Siena, San Gimignano and other medieval Chianti hamlets. Lose yourself in the magic of the Etruscan coast, with places like Castagneto Carducci, Bibbona, Cecina, Rosignano Marittimo and Livorno.
The Maremma countryside is also worth a trip, and you shouldn’t miss the inland towns and villages, like Collesalvetti, Sassetta, Suvereto and Campiglia Marittima. And if instinct draws you towards the sea, from the ports of Livorno and Piombino you can reach the island of Elba (where you can embark on the “Napoleon tour”), the wild Capraia, the famous Montecristo, Giglio and the other islands of the Tuscan archipelago.
A tour of Etruscan tombs is also unmissable for culture lovers, spread over an area of about 80 km between the Baratti Gulf and Populonia.
An ideal spot in the heart of Tuscany, for relaxation as well as sightseeing, combining fun, culture, beautiful sea and good food. For passionate wine lovers, there are many wine producers that organise day trips or “enotours” to do some wine tasting in the Bolgheri countryside, with its prestigious reds that are known throughout the world.
To keep the little ones happy, you could spend an alternative day out for all the family with a splashing around on the slides of the Aqua Village at Follonica, the biggest water park in central Italy.