Tuscan Riviera

A region more often associated with iconic countryside landscapes or splendid art towns, Tuscany boasts indeed over 250 miles of marvelous coastline and islands.

Versilia jetty Tuscan Riviera

From north to south the coastal sceneries dramatically vary – sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, picturesque bays overlooking the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago that in clear days reveal their magic skylines.

The glamour of the Versilia seaside resorts to the North, the pinewood-embedded stretches of the central Etruscan Coast, the Orbetello Lagoon with the fascinating Argentario promontory, as far as the unspoiled beaches of the Maremma to the South, every single corner of the Tuscan Riviera boasts natural paradises merging with hidden gems of culture and traditions.

Home of rare biodiversity of local flora and fauna, the National Parks of Maremma, San Rossore and Migliarino, frame this extraordinary stretch of coast offering visits and activities in contact with uncontaminated nature.

 

 

 

See our top destinations along the Tuscan Riviera