Tuscany - Coast and Maremma
 
Region: Tuscany
Airports: Florence/Pisa
TrainStations: Pisa /Livorno/Grosseto
Highways: A12 Pisa -Livorno then the freeway Aurelia
 
General Info:
The beaches of Tuscany are amongst the most attractive in Europe. From the dramatic rocky cliffs and narrow coves of Porto Ercole and Punta Ala to the wide stretches of golden sand at Viareggio, there truly is something for every taste. The jet-set is well-catered for in renowned properties like the Pellicano and the Cala del Porto resorts while the latest project of celebrity chef Alain Ducasse, the Andana - a masterfully-restored lodge of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany outside of Castiglione della Pescaia - has the cognoscenti buzzing. Further north is the elegant Forte dei Marmi which - with its grand hotels and beautiful shops - is a perennial favorite of well-heeled Florentines. Naturists are catered for with seven nude beaches. The GLBT crowd flocks to Torre del Lago - dubbed the Italian Ibiza - where charming B&Bs and a vibrant nightlife are powerful draws. Sporting activists are catered for with horse-riding, tennis, golf and a wide range of water sports readily available all along the coast. Sailing enthusiasts truly enjoy the excursions out to the Tuscan Islands of Giannutri, Giglio and Monte Cristo available from several points along the coast.
MAREMMA:Deep in the southernmost reaches of the region, this land of untamed marshlands and dramatic terrain is largely unknown to any but the most avid Tuscany explorers. However, with the advent of agriturismo , more and more intrepid travelers are dicovering the natural wonders of this area while enjoying simple rustic living and lodging on these working wine estates and farms. For the more sybartic, glamourous world-famous coastal resorts like Porto Ercole and Punta Ala never fail to enchant. Increasingly popular spa tourism also brings a steady stream of holiday-makers to the beautiful thermal spa town of Saturnia. With high quality accommodations, gourmet restaurants, Etruscan archaeological sites and the stunning towns of Pitigliano and Sorano - dramatically positioned atop shear-sided volcanic buttes - all nearby, the Maremma makes an ideal base for a delightful interlude
Related Villas:
VILLA GIANNA
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VILLA GEMMA
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VILLA ROSSA
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VILLA IMPERO
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VILLA LA VECCHIA PIEVE
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VILLA LE CYCLOPE
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VILLA BONA
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VILLA MOMMIO
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CASTELLO LEOPOLDO DI TOSCANA
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VILLA VERSILIA
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CASTELLO DI CASTAGNETO
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MARMI apartment
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I CASALI DI VADA
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VILLA LA TORRE
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CASA DEL FORTE
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VILLA VITTORIA
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VILLA DI MONTEPERGOLI
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VILLA LE CIVETTE
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