We’re right in the heart of Costa degli Etruschi, a truly special place where the Tuscan hills roll gently down to the sea. Our land is a corner of Tuscany that still has to be discovered by mass tourism: a treasure chest sprinkled with wonderful nature and bits of ancient history.
The Etruscan Coast is one of the few places in Italy which still has many kilometers of free and safe beaches thanks to lifeguards. Small gulfs and beaches breathtaking, alternate to wonderful panoramas and natural parks.
San Vincenzo is just a short way away from the most beautiful beaches in Tuscany. But the sea isn’t the only attraction. Anyone who wants to take a trip in history walking through the archaeological park of Populonia can see what the ancient Etruscans saw: the paths that twist through the woods glistening with iron slag and the blue sea of the Baratti Gulf and the ancient village of Populonia create a natural background. Gentle hills, the countryside crossed by the Strada del Vino, woods, shaded pine groves and wide beaches brushed by a crystal-clear sea: this is our land.
A short distance away there is the spa at Calidario near Venturina, well-known for its sulphuric spring waters where you can swim in the big lake or relax on the wellness trail.
For children and young adults there’s the amusement park at Donoratico, the zoo at Cecina, the terrarium with turtles at Massa Marittima and two water parks at Cecina and Follonica.