Are you a Traveler looking for the beach? Tuscany offers a variety of different beaches for everyone.
Including famous beaches such as the “Cinque Terre” and beaches far away from mass tourism. All the beaches included in the article are not too far from Florence and are perfect for daytrips.
Tourist who prefer nature should visit the beaches of Elba Island. The Island is the biggest of the Tuscan Archipelago. The water is crystal clear and the vegetation is Mediterranean. On Elba, you can find public beaches with modern facilities, and beaches adapted for families. Tourists can even make a day trip visiting all the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.
The beaches of “Castiglione della Pescaia” and “delle Rocchette”, are is considered as two of the most beautiful areas of the Tuscan Tyrrhenian coast. In addition, the sea of “Castiglione” is praised as one of the most splendid and clearest sea in Italy.
Beaches not considered for families and children are “Porto Santo Stefano” which has breathtaking panoramic views. It’s located on “Monte Argentario”, a peninsula located about 150 kilometers south of Florence. In this very special place you’ll find beaches for an adventurous vacation.Another beach within the area is the “Port Santo Stefano”which has a bay named “Cala del Gesso”. The beach of Feniglia, which is located nearby offers clear water with sandy seabeds, which is ideal for swimming. The beach is surrounded by pine forests, Mediterranean scrub and characteristic plants.
Other places by the Seaside the region of Liguria contains the well-known villages of “Cinque Terre”. The five villages shape the coastline of the Ligurian Riviera in the province of La Spezia. The villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are each part of the UNESCO World Heritage and are considered as some of the most impressive Italian coastal attractions.