Coast of Tuscany

Sun, sea, sport and history on the coast of Tuscany

In the west of Italy, the coast of Tuscany awaits you for a fantastic holiday full of culture, sports, sun, sea and sand. The coast of Tuscany is the perfect holiday destination for couples, families, young people and the elderly. If you are sporty, you can go for a holiday home on the coast of Tuscany that is right on the water's edge. You can do plenty of watersports here, or enjoy some challenging walks. Are you a culture lover? Then there are several towns you can visit while on holiday on the coast of Tuscany. Are you looking for a real summer destination where you can relax on the beach? In which case, the coast of Tuscany is the perfect place for a wonderful holiday. There are holiday homes on the coast of Tuscany suitable for large groups and families, as well as small holiday homes where you can stay as a couple. If you prefer not going out too often, you can rent a holiday home with swimming pool so that staying at home is also great.

Enjoying the sun, sea and sand from your holiday home on the coast of Tuscany

The coast of Tuscany, running for no less than 400 km, is one of the most attractive summer destinations in Italy. You can enjoy beautiful landscapes, fascinating cities and culinary delights all along the coastline. If you are looking mainly for sea and sand, self-catering accommodation on the coast of Tuscany in the famous seaside resort of Viareggio is highly recommended. You could find a spot on one of the sandy beaches here which stretch out for 10 km, and read a book while getting a marvellous tan. Do you like fashionable settings and chic boulevards where you can stroll while gazing at the shop windows? In that case, Forte dei Marmi is for you. In Maremma, the beaches of Golfo di Baratti, Marina di Castagneto and San Vincenz are real attractions, but you can also explore the hinterland of these places.

Explore the coast of Tuscany from your villa on Elba

The largest island in the Tuscan archipelago is Elba. This part of the coast of Tuscany lives mainly on the tourism and viticulture that you will find everywhere here. A cottage on Elba is especially popular with tourists who are looking for peace and quiet, and scenery. In addition, the island's marinas are worth a visit. Going to the coast of Tuscany for diving? Then you have come to the right place. Elba offers many opportunities for divers, and has a beautiful underwater world. There are several places where you can go straight into the sea from the island, but you can also go out on a boat first. You will not be disappointed if you are looking for the deep blue sea, for sure. If you visit this island on the coast of Tuscany, you should definitely plan a day to visit one of the many wine merchants. You can taste the local wine and get information about the cultivation and the grapes.

Go soak up the atmosphere in Carrara, in a bungalow on the coast of Tuscany.

You will find the city of Carrara on the north-western coast of Tuscany. This city is one of two capitals in the province of Massa-Carrara, and is known for its impressive marble quarries. In the east of Carrara there are no less than 300 marble quarries dating back to Roman times. They are still actively quarried today, and the white marble is used worldwide. If you choose this part of the coast of Tuscany as your holiday destination, you can be sure of an impressive view and beautiful walks through the surroundings. The area around the city unfolds as a green oasis in the middle of a mountainous landscape. You can also have a pleasant stay in the town itself. There is a charming crowd in the tourist season and you can dine in one of the local restaurants.

Self-catering accommodation for sports enthusiasts on the coast of Tuscany

Sportsmen and women who go to the coast of Tuscany have everything to please themselves. On the one hand there are the watersports you can do at the various seaside resorts, and on the other there are fantastic walks taking you past old villages and towns and impressive sights such as the Roman amphitheatre in Volterra, or the castle at Monteriggioni. You could either plan your own trip before setting off for the coast of Tuscany, or you could take part in one of the many organised trips that run in the area. The sunflower fields at Colle di Val d'Elsa, and the vineyards around San Gimignano, will astonish you with their natural beauty. They make an inspirational backdrop for the painters, illustrators and photographers who travel to the coast of Tuscany all year round.

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