Tuscany. A region that you never stop discovering
Its history, architecture, medieval villages, culture and unique landscapes always offer a new experience to live.
You will be able to visit the Costa degli Etruschi which alternates long and sandy beaches with rocky cliffs, the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago rich in Mediterranean vegetation and bathed by a crystalline sea and the main cities famous all over the world such as Siena, Florence and Pisa.
Castiglioncello has been one of the most popular destinations for famous people of the Italian film scene: among the wonderful houses that overlook the beaches, there is also the Villa Alberto Sordi, which also gives its name to a stretch of the Promenade; you can also spend days on the beach at establishments or free beaches.
Vada is instead known for its particular beaches and wonderful crystalline water
Costa degli Etruschi
Costa degli Etruschi offers you wonderful scenaries for all its extension; a special mention goes to Baratti and Populonia, ancient Etruscan villages, beaches and archeological sites.
Remember also that you can visit with guided tours the Tuscan Arcipelagus, composed by seven isles: Elba, Capraia, Giannutri, Giglio, Gorgona, Pianosa and Montecristo.
The surrounding areas offer the opportunity to visit historical, archaeological and artistic sites: such as Volterra, with the Guarnacci Museum, the Torture Museum and the Roman amphitheatres. In order to celebrate its origins, this village in August, offers the opportunity to take part in the medieval historical re-enactment called “Volterra A.D. 1398”.
We also remind you that Volterra is the cradle of alabaster’s Masters: it is possibile to find craft shops of this typical product
Not far from us you will find Pisa, with its Leaning Tower well-known all over the world, together with the Duomo and Piazza dei Miracoli!
Not less important, the University of Pisa, where many famous and illustrous minds of the history have studied, such as G. Carducci, E. Fermi and in the contemporary scene the Tenor Andrea Bocelli
Sorrounded by the ancient walls, Lucca offers buildings and monuments of the medieval era.
For the comics and videogames lovers a notorius trade fair takes place called “Lucca Comics” that hosts cosplayer and celebrities from all over the world.
Florence, is the cradle of so many brilliant minds, not only of the tuscan or italian scenary, but of the entire world like Leonardo da Vinci, Dante Alighieri and Michelangelo (just to mention some of them), and offers the possibility to visit La Galleria degli Uffizi, The House of Dante Alighieri, The Duomo and the The Medici’s Chapel.
The Ponte Vecchio, located on the Arno river with its artisan workshops, is also impressive.
Siena allows us to experience the emotions of the renowned Palio, walking along Piazza del Campo you can savor its historic flavor by visiting the Duomo, Palazzo and Museo Civico, as well as the Pinacoteca and the “Tavolette” Museum.
A few steps from here, precisely in Chiusdino, you can step in the past, visiting the Abbey of San Galgano, where the Sword in the Stone is exhibited!
Southwards, you can visit Baratti, Populonia, Suvereto, Campiglia Marittima, stopping in Bolgheri where you can visit wineries and wine shops, with the opportunity to taste the excellent wines of the Tuscan tradition, including Sassicaia and Ornellaia.