The coastal landscape is divided into Versilia Coast, Etruscan Riviera and to the south the Maremma coast.
Long tempered summers, short winters in the protection of the Apuan Alps, a clean Mediterranean sea, and beautiful wide sandy beaches.
All this, along with the Italian flair and Mediterranean cuisine, attract sun lovers every year. The coasts of Tuscany are well maintained, colourful parasols shine everywhere and invite the sun hungry. Showers, changing rooms, beach bars, and bocce fields are standard.
The Versilia Coast is not for small purses, the tenants collect for the parasol and lounge chairs very well. In some cases, the parasols are equipped with cooling boxes right on the beach.
For this, it is a pure holiday. You can practice the “dolce far niente”, the sweetness of doing nothing and enjoying the sun and sea. Seeing and being seen, this is what to do in Tuscany.
The numerous restaurants offer mainly the treasures of the sea, miles of beach promenades with small boutiques, ice cream parlors, bars, and all kinds of entertainment offer fun and pastime for all tastes.