The Etruscan Coast in Tuscany is an ideal holiday destination all year round and suitable for any type of traveler.
It’s a land of Super Tuscan wines and designer cellars, but also of small wine-makers, as well as a land that produces top quality extra virgin olive oil. Its roads, its paths and the sea are suitable for those looking for an active holiday by bike, trekking or water sports.
The small stone villages (Bolgheri, Suvereto, Castagneto Carducci, Populonia, Massa Marittima) of Etruscan or medieval origin, nestled on the hills overlooking the splendid Mediterranean sea and the islands that make up the Tuscan Archipelago, are full of events throughout the year dedicated to culture, food and wine.
It is still possible to find small artisan shops where you can buy local gastronomic products such as chilli, bread, coffee, liqueurs and handicrafts or directly visit small farms that produce in addition to good wine and olive oil, even honey, cheese and fruits and vegetables.
Its beaches are suitable for everyone, sometimes wide and sandy and some with pebbles and rocks, which slope gently towards the sea.
For those who love a holiday in direct contact with nature will find natural parks and WWF Oasis. History lovers will also find an Archaeological Park and Museums to discover the Etruscan civilization that settled here and built the only example of Lucumonia overlooking the sea. On the other hand, those who love a relaxing and well-being holiday will find very fine location with water coming directly from ancient natural thermal springs.
The Etruscan Coast, thanks to its geographical position, is also a starting point for visiting all of Tuscany with its cities of art such as Volterra, San Gimignano, Pisa, Lucca, Florence and Siena.
For lovers of good food and good cuisine we organize food and wine tours and visits to local markets. Finally, do not miss the opportunity to visit the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago with a tour on a sailing boat or with shipping companies