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Tuscan Seaside

Tuscan Seaside

Tuscany is a region not only for culture, art and history lovers. The most famous attractions can be found in Firenze, Siena and other towns but why not have a break and enjoy the sun and the sea remaining in Tuscany. Places like Viareggio, Massa, Forte dei Marmi offer wide ranging services, long beaches, restaurants, shops and even sights to visit.

Associated mostly with country pleasures, Tuscany is not usually thought of as a beach destination. But in fact, Tuscany is a paradise for beach lovers of all kinds; its coastal zones not only vaunt a wide variety of beautiful beaches, but they’re often flanked by many of the region’s most enchanting towns. From historic gems with long, sandy beaches to more hidden rocky coves, you’re sure to find a beach town perfect for your summer adventure.

Good to Know

Country

Italy

Visa Requirements

Not Needed for EU Citizens

Languages spoken

Italian

Currency Used

Euro

Regions

The southern coast offers the chance to discover the heritage of the ancient Etruscan population. In Populonia a whole archeological site is equipped and worths the visit.
Elba island also takes part of Tuscany and visiting it can become a lifetime memory. Bonaparte Napoleon was exiled on this island and lived like a prisoner but when you see how beautiful his palace was you will envy him.
Carrara is a town in the Northern coast and famous for its marble mines. Even Michelangelo himself spent even months in a year there to be able to choose the best piece for his statues. Even today the caves are open to the public.
Livorno has an aquarium, children love exploring the species in the sea all year around.

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