Trips and excursions

Our land is rich with enchanting villages rich in history and with parks that can be reached in about twenty minutes by car:

Populonia – Etruscan city, one of the most important cities in the ancient world because of its production of and trade in iron. Sitting at the peak of a hill surrounded by the sea, this village has an indescribable charm.

Piombino – hunched out into the sea on a promontory opposite the islands of the Tuscan archipelago, rich in history and naturally protected environments – is one of the richest places on Costa degli Etruschi in terms of charm and beauty.

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Mounted on a hill from which it dominates the sea and the surrounding countryside, Campiglia Marittima is one of the most beautiful historic villages on Costa degli Etruschi.

In this land of the most ancient traditions, in the heart of the Val di Cornia, there are evocative reminders of Etruscan, Roman and mediaeval civilisation

Suvereto is a real gem, rich in history and art: a splendid mediaeval village whose origins date back to the start of the 11th century. It is set on the slopes of the hills that dominate the sea and the Costa degli Etruschi, in the green valley crossed by the Cornia

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Sassetta is a delightful historic village in the Costa degli Etruschi which pops up, amid the woods of chestnut, on the summit of a hill overlooking the sea.

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Gentle hills, the countryside crossed by the Strada del Vino, woods, shaded pine groves and wide beaches brushed by a crystal-clear sea: this is the picture that defines the historic villages of Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri and the resorts of Marina di Castagneto and Donoratico.

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Set in a natural environment of rare beauty, in the valley of the river Cecina, Bibbona has the charm of an ancient mediaeval village, deep in the green of the woods and the countryside. Its well-equipped marina is an international tourist destination for those who love relaxing holidays filled with opportunities for sport and fun.

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An ancient Etruscan village, Castiglioncello commands a small promontory that is the last offshoot of the Livorno mountains. It’s a tourist resort of great prestige and the so-called “pearl of the Tyrhennian Sea” has a unique charm.

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The parks in the Val di Cornia are an incredible union of archaeology and nature that are unique in the world.

The Archaeological Mining Park of San Silvestro Located on the shoulders of Campiglia Marittima and the Piombino promontory, the park covers an area of around 450 hectares. The visitor routes wind between museums, mining galleries, a mediaeval miners’ and smelters’ that was founded a thousand years ago, and paths of historic, archaeological, geological and naturalistic interest.

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The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia
It covers an area between the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and the gulf of Baratti, where the Etruscan and Roman city of Populonia popped up. It was well-known even in ancient times for its intensive metalworking which was tied to iron production

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The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia
It covers an area between the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and the gulf of Baratti, where the Etruscan and Roman city of Populonia popped up. It was well-known even in ancient times for its intensive metalworking which was tied to iron production

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The Forestry Park of Poggio Nero, Suvereto is an extensive hill forest (700 hectares), dominated by holm oak and chestnut. It offers many opportunities for open-air leisure activities such as trekking, horse-riding, picking mushrooms and collecting chestnuts , hunting, cycling tourism