Tuscany is the unquestioned leader in world tourism. Located at the center of the Italian peninsula, it has many different facets, starting from the coast that alternates long and sandy beaches, like the Versilia, with rocky cliffs and steep headlands.
The islands of the Tuscan Archipelago are incomparable, surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, clear blue sea and rich fishing grounds and you can’t forget the artistic heritage and important cities of the region, first amongst these being Florence, which make this area unique.
Among the most characteristic landscapes of the region are the beautiful Gulf of Baratti and the sites of Vetulonia and Pitigliano that hide necropolis and vestiges of the Etruscan civilisation, while Roselle and Cosa evoke memories of the Roman period.
A region rich in history, where you can sail through the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago and its beautiful beaches such as Elba Marina di Campo and Procchio, Capoliveri, Enfola, Cavoli and Fetovaia. A route that was followed by Napoleon, who chose the island for his exile: 147 kilometres of coast in a succession of gulfs, bays and narrow inlets all of them different.
Marina di Campo and its historic centre full of life, Procchio on Elba beach, one of the largest islands, the suspended atmosphere that reigns in Capoliveri, even more beautiful at night, a trek to the island of Elba and Giglio: these are undoubtedly the essential experiences for those who reach the Tuscan sea.
A precious jewel is the island of Giglio, which offers extremely beautiful scenery both above and below water: in fact it is a favorite destination for both Italian and international divers and an ideal destination for either single travellers or families.
There are also different seaside resorts known all over the world: from the Versilia coast in the north, with the famous Viareggio, the large sandy beaches around Pisa, one of the ancient maritime republics (along with Amalfi, Genoa and Venice) and the coast towards the mouth of the Arno and Livorno, which give way to the hills.
Magnificent beaches can also be found from Rosignano in Piombino, from where you can reach the long, golden beaches of Follonica and Punta Ala, a fraction of the town of Castiglione della Pescaia, in the province of Grosseto, considered the home of sailing due to the well-equipped marina and regattas that are organised by the local Yacht Club Punta Ala, birth place of Luna Rossa.
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