Small village of Bolgheri, with its typical alleys and twisted streets, stands around the medieval castle of the same name that belonged to the Counts of Gherardesca, whose red brick contrasts nicely with the dark green of the trees.

Immersing oneself among the gently sloping slopes of the hills cultivated with olive trees and vines, you get to the town going up the famous Viale dei Cipressi, sung by Carducci and which has become one of the icons of the Tuscan landscape.

Inside the walls, in addition to the suggestive views, it is possible to discover the typical Tuscan products, thanks to a dense network of taverns, restaurants and food and wine shops; Bolgheri in particular and the surrounding areas are distinguished by the production of excellent wines, the quality of which is guaranteed by the Bolgheri DOC consortium.

San Vincenzo

Town stands in a position of undoubted naturalistic and historical interest: behind it there are the fascinating Metalliferous Hills, crossed by various paths for hikers, while to the south stretches the Rimigliano Park, a vast range of free beach and pine forest enriched with areas for picnics and health trails.

The tourist port, recently built, has led to a renewal of the physiognomy of the town culminating in the construction of the suggestive “Sailor’s Walk”. The route runs along the harbor and juts out into the sea and is accessible to pedestrians and cyclists both day and night. At the top of the walk stands the imposing sculpture by Giampaolo Talani which, together with the frescoes of the village church, constitutes one of the cultural attractions of San Vincenzo.

Marina di Bibbona

Marina di Bibbona boasts splendid sandy beaches and particularly clear and calm waters, awarded for several years in a row with the prestigious Blue Flag.

The pine forests and the typical Mediterranean scrub that surround the resort offer an excellent alternative to swimming in the sea and other water sports and are suitable for walking or cycling and outdoor dining. Suggestive glimpses of the marina are cut out by the characteristic sandy dunes that separate the forest from the beach.

It should also be noted that the town owes its name to the Forte di Bibbona, the defensive tower of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany 50m from the beach, erected in 1785 as a sighting point and coastal defense against pirate invasions.

Castagneto Carducci

In Castagneto Carducci it is possible to live an all-round tourist experience, immersing yourself in a suggestive atmosphere.
Nature, which has made it deserve awards such as that of the “eco holiday system” of Lega Ambiente and the Blue Flag, embraces the village and places it in an exciting landscape.

In Marina di Castagneto Carducci the kilometers of free beach bordered by tamarisk and gorse bushes are reflected in a clear and clean sea and the famous Lorraine pine forest proves to be an ideal place for lovers of naturalistic observation, as it hosts a great variety of native species.


Real open-air museum of incredible charm, immersed in the colors and scents of Mediterranean nature, the Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia houses traces of the ancient Etruscan city whose history begins in the 9th century BC. and develops thanks to the processing of iron that came from the nearby island of Elba.

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