Tuscany is full of wonderful beaches. It is not easy to establish a ranking of the most beautiful beaches of Tuscany, but we still tried to choose for you some of the most attractive areas of its coast, which are worth a visit during a beach vacation or adventure with your family.
Let's discover some of the beaches of Tuscany that deserve to be seen and reached: Cavoli Beach is a sandy beach considered ideal for youngsters. It is located in the western part of the Elba island. The sea is crystal clear and the vegetation is pristine, typical of the Mediterranean.
Castiglione della Pescaia, in the province of Grosseto, boasts the most beautiful sea of Italy and, for this reason, this year has been rewarded by Legambiente with five sails. It stands for the protection and enhancement of the coastal ecosystem and habitat conservation dune, with the involvement of schools, citizens and tourists.
Near Porto Santo Stefano there is Cala del Gesso, that is one of the most beautiful coves of Tuscany and has a stunning view.
Cala Bagno delle Donne is in the Maremma Park, near Talamone, in the province of Grosseto and it's protected by a rocky promontory. The sea is deep and clear; it can be reached via a steep ladder, after crossing the country. The seabed is perfect for diving.
Cala Violina is a very picturesque cove and it has white and transparent sand. A feature makes it unique: the sounds produced when the beach is trampled by those who cross during periods of just season, when these places are not crowded.
Feniglia Beach is located within the National Nature Reserve of the Dunes of Feniglia and it's surrounded by pine forests, Mediterranean plants and characteristics as sea lilies, mastic, myrtle, heather and spurge. The sea is clear, with sandy and sloping seabed ideal for swimming. Walk to the beach from Cala Galera or from the entrance of the Reserve.
Versilia: not only vip, Viareggio has been considered for years a city suitable for children with its numerous initiatives.
Near Montecatini Terme and Lucca, not far from Pisa, Pistoia includes in his province the Pinocchio Park, that is a veritable amusement park. Rather, it can be considered a tribute to the most famous puppet in the world and its author realized within the garden that acts as a sort of large open-air museum with works by famous artists from all over the world.