Places & Surroundings

Populonia and The Gulf of Baratti

The Gulf of Baratti, the Caribbean in Tuscany Have you ever been in a Caribbean paradise without getting on a plane? Strange, you think, but not impossible! The Gulf of Baratti is a small glimpse of nature (almost) pristine that creeps between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ligurian Sea, a short walk from Piombino on […]

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Bolgheri & The Wine Route

Immortalized by the verses of Carducci in his poem In front of San Guido “I cipressi che a Bolgheri alti e schietti van da San Guido in duplice filar..”, this ancient village exudes a unique charm. A stone’s throw from the sea, in the countryside full of vineyards and olive groves, the country, from the […]

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Maremma and the Etruscan Coast

Maremma stretches for about a quarter of terrritorio of Tuscany, between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto. Already Dante’s Divine Comedy had delineated the boundaries between Cecina and Tarquinia in northern Lazio. What is unique about the Maremma, a perfect microcosm, is the diversity of its territory. Sea, hill and mountain blend together and color […]

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If you’ve never been there, Lucca really leaves you speechless: it will be because you are used to, thinking of Tuscany, to assess the cities of Florence, Siena and Pisa, when you come across this gem medieval remains amazed. The best way to discover Lucca is looking at it from above. You can do climbing […]

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Volterra and its splendid territory is, probably one of the most varied and rich parts of Tuscany. The undisputed historical tradition joins the beautiful nature that offers, from the landscape to the vegetation and fauna, an imposing patrimony. In Volterra history has left its mark with continuity from the Etruscan period until the nineteenth century, […]

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