Tuscany is a region rich in landscapes, historic wonders and gastronomic delicacies famous all over the world.
In this magnificent land, you can choose between the seaside, the historic villages, nature and art cities.
Our beaches are rich in vegetation and boast a crystalline sea earning it the Blue Flag, a prestigious certification awarded only to coastal resorts that meet quality criteria. Below is a list of the most beautiful Tuscan beaches near Resort Le Tegole.
Sandy and dark gravel beach that winds along the promenade of Cecina Mare. As it almost entirely in concession to beach establishments, it is an excellent choice for families on vacation that can enjoy all the comforts and facilities offered.
Vada became famous thanks to the white sand and turquoise water. At its white beaches you can enjoy the sun and the Caribbean atmosphere. The beaches stretch for more than 5 km and have also become a favourite destination for surfers, windsurfers and kite-surfers.
A beachfront resort that is sometimes rocky and sometimes sandy that is still unspoiled. Enjoy scuba diving and snorkelling to admire the beautiful colours of the sea bottom.
Marina di Donoratico and San vincenzo
Near the town, the coastline is occupied by numerous beaches. However, if you prefer, to the north and south of the town there are miles of public beach just steps from a beautiful pine forest.
Baratti and Populonia
Sandy beaches and rocky coves continue for more than 30 km, surrounded by dense and fragrant vegetation. The sea bottom is rich in wonderful flora and fauna.
There are seven large islands in the Tuscan Archipelago that represent a classic tourist destination.
The islands of Gorgona, Capraia, Elba, Pianosa, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri emerge from the crystalline waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and are part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park.
Immersed in the countryside, the medieval villages contain, among the cobbled streets and beautiful architecture, centuries of historical and cultural traditions.
Bolgheri, Volterra, Castagneto Carducci, Bibbona, Sassetta and Suvereto preserve the testimonies of an ancient history rich in civilizations, admirable in all its glory visiting ancient churches, palaces, parish churches, theatres and fascinating museums.
These lands also boast the wines of the wineries that, along with Sassicaia and Ornellaia and prestigious DOC wines Bolgheri, Val di Cornia and Montescudaio, have made this part of Tuscany famous.
Pisa, along the Arno River, is a city with ancient origins. The most important monuments are undoubtedly the Leaning Tower and the Duomo although it is worth visiting the Church of Santa Maria della Spina, and the ancient Church of S. Paolo a Ripa d'Arno, the latter a clear example of Romanesque architecture.
Lucca is one of the few cities in Tuscany that still preserves the walls that were built between 1504 and 1645 and that were never used for defence. Today you can admire Palazzo della Signoria, the church of Santi Giovanni e Reparata and San Martino square, location of the Duomo dedicated to San Martino and most important religious building in the city.
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, Florence was founded by the Romans in the first century BC. In the XV century, Florence experienced its greatest splendour, because since then the most famous artists such as Giotto, Michelangelo, Brunelleschi and Botticelli with their works have left an unforgettable mark that we can still admire. The most famous museums in Florence are: the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia Gallery, the Medici Chapels and the Bargello National Museum.
Siena is an ancient town of Etruscan origin located in the heart of Tuscany. The following are of considerable artistic interest: Duomo, which dates back to the XIV century; Piazza del Campo - home of the Palio di Siena - and the surrounding buildings; some 15 museums including the Palazzo and Museo Civico, Pinacoteca Nazionale and Museo delle Tavolette.