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June 17, 2022

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 the Blue Flag, the international recognition of the Foundation for Environmental Education (Fee) Italy. But let's look in detail at the beaches you absolutely must try this summer in Tuscany.

Capolavori, Isola d'Elba

Looking for Tuscany's lesser-known coves? Here they are!

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

la costa livornese

RIMIGLIANO PARK (SAN VINCENZO, LI)
South of San Vincenzo, a very long deep coastline enclosed by dunes and wild pine forests, with (numbered) access also from a cycle path. 
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La SPIAGGIA SELVAGGIA DEL PARCO DI RIMIGLIANO

GOLFO DI BARATTI (PIOMBINO, LI)
A long beach with a magnificent backdrop of centuries-old pines behind it, sand burnished by ancient iron remnants, and clear, warm waters due to shallow waters: an icon of the Tuscan sea at its best. 

IL GOLFO DI BARATTI

PARCO DELLA STERPAIA (PIOMBINO, LI)
A kilometre-long beach of fine, clear sand and transparent water, with the pleasure of shade and facilities in the pine forest behind. The crescent-shaped shoreline is divided between lidos and large free stretches. 

IL PARCO DELLA STERPAIA

CALA VIOLINA (SCARLINO, GR)
It is easy to fall in love with this green-fringed beach, its fine sand and crystal-clear sea, and the walking distance does not deter many visitors.  

CALA VIOLINA

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

LE ROCCHETTE

CALA DI FORNO (PARCO DELLA MAREMMA, GR)
Protected by strict land access regulations, it is the brightest gem of the Maremma Regional Park. In the municipality of Magliano in Toscana. 

CALA DI FORNO

CALA DEL GESSO (MONTE ARGENTARIO, GR)
A sandy shore of small pebbles forms one of the most beautiful beaches on the promontory, and the views along the challenging path already repay the effort. 

CALA DEL GESSO

TOMBOLO DELLA FENIGLIA (ORBETELLO, GR)
An expanse of sand between the sea and the pine forest, protected and criss-crossed by cycle paths. Peace and relaxation can be achieved by moving away from the car parks.

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