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July 24, 2020

The most beautiful beaches in Tuscany

Places of sea and enchantment to enjoy the beauty of an incredible sea

Tuscany is among the first in Italy for number of doc beaches, awarded with the Blue Flag, the international recognition of the Foundation for Environmental Education (Fee) Italy. There are twenty blue flags in Tuscany, with a new entry compared to last year: Montignoso, for the beaches. But there is also a novelty for the berths with the new entry of the Marina di Porto Azzurro, on the Island of Elba. 
But let's see in detail the beaches to try in this summer in Tuscany.

BEACH AND CALAFURIA ROCKS 
The tower of the same name marks the cliff just south of Livorno, under the Aurelia bridge: a beautiful sea, a classic diving destination, awaits those who face the descent to the rocks and the gravelly shore.


PARK OF RIMIGLIANO (SAN VINCENZO, LI)
South of San Vincenzo, a very long deep coastline closed by dunes and wild pine forests, with access (numbered) also by a bike path. 


GULF OF BARATTI (PIOMBINO, LI)
A long beach with a magnificent backdrop of century-old pine trees, burnished sand for the ancient iron residues, transparent and warm waters for the shallow waters: an icon of the Tuscan sea at its best. 

PARK OF THE STERPAIA (PIOMBINO, LI)
Kilometre-long beach of fine, light sand and transparent water, with the pleasure of shade and services in the pine forest behind. The falcate coastline is divided between beaches and wide free stretches. 
 


VIOLET COVE (SCARLINO, GR)
It is easy to fall in love with this beach framed by greenery, its fine sand and crystal clear sea, the stretch to walk along does not discourage the many visitors.  

THE ROCCHETTE (CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA, GR)
Fine sand and blue sea for the stretches with private establishments, but also small coves where you can dive along the promontory that closes the beach to the north. 

BAKERY COVE (PARK OF THE MAREMMA, GR)
Protected with strict rules of access by land, it is the most shining gem of the Maremma Regional Park. In the municipality of Magliano in Toscana. 

GYPSUM COVE (MONTE ARGENTARIO, GR)
A beach of small pebbles is one of the most beautiful beaches of the promontory, the views that open up along the challenging path already pay off the effort. 

FENIGLIA TOMBOLO (ORBETELLO, GR)
An expanse of sand between the sea and the pine forest, protected and crossed by bike paths. Peace and relaxation are conquered by moving away from the car parks.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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