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Costa Toscana
Tuscany coast: the most beautiful beaches
  • Crystal clear waters
  • Fun for all the family
  • Between sea and mountain

Tuscany is the perfect combination of history, art and monuments and an incredible coastline.


If you are looking for a seaside destination, that’s is the best for you because links fun, clear waters, magic landscapes and delicious traditional dishes.


This is a guide to discover the Tuscan coast from north to south!

Apuan Riviera

This is the northern Toscan coastline and is the perfect spot for sea and mountain lovers because it’s close to the Apuan Alps. Ideal for those who want to dedicate to their holiday moments of relaxation and fun hiking in the mountains.


This area is also famous all over the world for the Carrara Marble: fine white marble handcrafted by local craftsmen used for Michelangelo’s David and the Pietà.

Versilia

Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Marina di Pietrasanta, Torre del Lago are the right destination to enjoy a holiday full of fun, dreamy sea and good food. From Versilia coast you can reach in a short time city of art such as Pisa, Lucca and Florence.


Endless sandy beaches and summer nightlife, pine forests are waiting for you in Versilia.

The Pisan Coast
The small coastline of the Pisan Riviera is home to tourist centres that are awarded the blue flag every year: Marina di Pisa, Tirrenia, Marina di Vecchiano and Calambrone. This area has three protected natural areas, the Migliarino Natural Park, San Rossore, Masaciuccoli, the Dune Oasis of Tirrenia and the Cornacchiaia Woods Oasis. The long sandy coast has one of the few unspoilt beaches that enclose a dune ecosystem of rare beauty.
Etruscan Coast

In the middle of Tuscan coast, you will find the Etruscans Riviera: here the Etruscan people founded their only sea town, Populonia. This coastline is characterized by a variety of beaches: rocky and pebble coves, such as Buca delle Fate, or the Gulf of Baratti with its reddish sand.


Further south there is Cala Violina: you can enjoy the sea but first you have to cross the nature reserve to reach the beach.

Maremma
This blue treasure of the Tuscan coast offers a variety of beaches to relax at the sea: fine sand, hidden coves, Monte Argentario, nature parks and marine reserves. From the Gulf of Follonica to Porto Ercole, from the headlands to the coast, a holiday on the coast of Maremma is an opportunity to discover and live in contact with nature.
Tuscan Archipelago

The Tuscan Archipelago is a jewel located in the Tyrrhenian Sea and according to legend was born from a necklace that the Roman goddess Venus lost in the Tyrrhenian Sea. This protected area is the largest marine park in Europe and includes the islands: Gorgona, Capraia, Elba, Pianosa, Giglio, Montecristo, Giannutri.


Each island is different but in common they have crystal clear sea and lots of vegetation.


Discover the fishermen's villages, historic villas, coves, cliffs and seabed on these picturesque islands.

Here is your ideal starting point:
Tuscan Coast - San Vincenzo
Fun is guaranteed at Park Albatros Village in San Vincenzo, 10 minutes from the sea on the Tuscan coast. Enjoy a unique holiday with the whole family!
Ideal for you if you are looking for:
  • A beach only 800m away
  • A great water park
  • Entertainment for all ages
  • Great food and wine
  • Tours of the most beautiful art cities
Tuscan Coast - Montescudaio
Immerse yourself in nature at Montescudaio Village in Cecina, on the Etruscan coast in Tuscany. All the relaxation you need, a stone's throw from the sea!
Ideal for you if you are looking for:
  • Outdoor activities
  • Balance between art and nature
  • Shallow pool for children
  • Tranquillity and relaxation
  • Tours of the most beautiful art cities
Discover the Tuscan coast in all its beauty
Bring only your desire for relaxation; we'll take care of the rest! Here are the best experiences on the Tuscan coast.