Badereisen in Tuscany on the Tyrrhenian Sea, mild climate, gently sloping beaches, luxury, sports and entertainment, one of the best things of Tuscany is the coastline which offers a unique and varied combination of sandy beaches, coves, cliffs and shady Pienienwaldern. The range of sports and fun surpasses the party scene of Ibiza in Spain, or Mykonos in Greece itself. All this and much more offers strolling on a promenade lined with Palm trees, the consumption of ice cream, a leisurely bike ride and an excursion through the forests, the sea in Tuscany. The Apuan Riviera swimming in the Mediterranean against the magnificent backdrop of the imposing Apuan Alps. This area of Tuscany is a paradise in terms of Enogastronomy, art, history, pristine waters and an abundance of sandy beaches. It is located on the border of the famous Cinque Terre in Liguria in northern Tuscany.
Versilia the locals divide the coast of Versilia like in two categories: the “historical” Versilia, which includes the cities of Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema, and the tourist Versilia of the municipalities of Camaiore, Massarosa and Viareggio. Sun-worshippers, as well as culture freaks, will be delighted by the velvety-soft sand beaches and the artistic and historical treasures in the Interior of the country. The extensive beaches of Viareggio with their exclusive bathing establishments include the most expensive in Tuscany. The luxury yachts of the international means anchor the romantic Harbour. Viareggio is also the garden of Eden for surfers. Torre del Lago is the home of the famous Puccini Festival. The open-air Opera provides stimulating civilization after a long day on the beach.
Moreover Torre del Lago with its beaches, clubs and bars as the European capital of homosexuals. Forte dei Marmi is the venue for the rich and famous. Just a few miles north along the coast of the Versilia, Forte dei Marmi offers the luxury of a modern resort and especially during the Summer months, a vibrant night life. The hot spots of the millionaires are the Twiga Beach Club, seven apples and La Capannina. The Etruscan coast these ninety kilometers of coastline begins north of Livorno and extends South to the port of Piombino. The beaches are characterized by fine sand, as well as rocks and picturesque bays. This stretch of coastline is home to some of the most beautiful Tuscan villages such as Bolgheri (home to one of the most valuable and most expensive wines of Italy, the Sassicaia), Populonia, Castagneto Carducci, Bibbona, Suvereto and Campiglia Marittima. Article written by Agathe Manetti