The Tuscan coast stretches from the northern area dominated by Pisa to Orbetello in the south, and it has it all.
With a mixture of quiet and lively beaches, rocky ravines, elegant bathing resorts, parks, protected natural areas, hills, mountains, great artistic cities, small medieval towns, caves and archaeological sites. The Lunigiana area, on the border of the Tuscan region, has many
medieval castles worth visiting, such as the Malaspina di Fosdinovo Castle from which there is a stunning view all the way to the coast.
For the more adventurous the clear Mediterranean Sea is ideal for windsurfing, water-skiing and other water sports.

View Our Hotels
Read Below TUSCAN COAST Tour

The seaside resort of Marina di Pietrasanta with its broad sandy beach, 3 miles long, gently shelving into clear seas, backed by pinewoods gives a feeling of spaciousness even during the crowded periods. Behind the seafront avenue its shady tree-lined streets, elegant buildings and green parks and gardens are home to the shops, restaurants, bars and clubs. Whilst on holiday in Marina di Pietrasanta you are close to the old town of Pietrasanta which is renowned for its artists and poets.

Viareggio is the southernmost Italian Riviera style resort on Italy’s Mediterranean coast and the largest beach town in Tuscany. Art nouveau buildings housing shops, cafes and seafood restaurants line its promenade.
Viareggio holds one of the largest and most celebrated carnival festivals in Italy, drawing over a million people. The elaborate parade, running along the seafront promenade, is usually held the three Sundays before Carnevale, the day of Carnevale (Shrove Tuesday), and the Sunday following.

Cecina Mare with its sandy beach and crystal water lies on the south coast of Livorno, alongside pine woods..
Cecina Mare is an ideal base for exploring Pisa, Florence, Volterra and Siena, or take a boat trip to the Island of Elba.
No doubt that Cecina Mare is the ideal beach resort to suit families.

Forte dei Marmi is a low key beach resort aimed at wealthy Italians. It was one of the first beach resorts in Italy, begun at the turn of the century and becoming instantly popular with royalty and the rich “beautiful people” who still flock to villas in the pines.

The art nouveau architecture and deco style along the coast, represent the touristic tradition of Marina di Massa. In summer the beaches explode with the bright colours of endless rows of beach umbrellas and sunbeds put at disposal by well-equipped beach establishments. In the shade of the coastal pinewood, pleasant hotels, camping, residences and restaurants are placed all along the coast.