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Hotels & Apartments in Tuscany Coast

Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany Coast
Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany Coast
Elba Island, Tuscany Coast
Elba Island, Tuscany Coast
Viareggio
Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Sunset over Nettuno Beach, Viareggio
Sunset over Nettuno Beach, Viareggio
Palm trees adorn the promenade of Viareggio
Palm trees adorn the promenade of Viareggio
Viareggio
Viareggio
Beach in Viareggio, Tuscany Coast
Beach in Viareggio, Tuscany Coast
Hotel Désirée, Elba Island
Hotel Désirée, Elba Island
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Viareggio during Winter
Viareggio during Winter
Portofino, Liguria
Portofino, Liguria
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Viareggio
Viareggio
Porto Ercole
Porto Ercole
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Viareggio
Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Viareggio
Viareggio
Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany Coast
Elba Island, Tuscany Coast
Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Sunset over Nettuno Beach, Viareggio
Palm trees adorn the promenade of Viareggio
Viareggio
Beach in Viareggio, Tuscany Coast
Hotel Désirée, Elba Island
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Viareggio during Winter
Portofino, Liguria
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Viareggio
Porto Ercole
Hotel Désirée's Beach, Elba Island
Viareggio
Gran Caffè Margherita in Viareggio
Viareggio
Forte dei Marmi

Tuscany Coast

The beautiful sun-kissed Tuscan coast boasts long stretches of sandy beaches and idyllic hidden coves with the Alpi Apuane as a stunning mountain backdrop. The stylish resorts of the Tuscan coast feature grand hotels, revered restaurants, pine-shaded villas and palm-lined promenades; but go beyond the beach and you...

The beautiful sun-kissed Tuscan coast boasts long stretches of sandy beaches and idyllic hidden coves with the Alpi Apuane as a stunning mountain backdrop. The stylish resorts of the Tuscan coast feature grand hotels, revered restaurants, pine-shaded villas and palm-lined promenades; but go beyond the beach and you will discover the region's rich store of historical and cultural attractions, such as Pisa, its gorgeous 'field of miracles' anchored by the iconic leaning tower, and the genteel city of Lucca, populated with Romanesque churches and quaint palace gardens. Lucca, Pisa, Barga and Florence are all within easy reach and are perfect for a culture-filled day trip.

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Elba Island

Elba Island is a true hidden gem situated ten miles off the coast of Tuscany and can be reached by...

Elba Island is a true hidden gem situated ten miles off the coast of Tuscany and can be reached by ferry or a short domestic flight from Pisa. You can drive from Pisa airport to Piombino in one hour and 30 minutes where you can catch the ferry to Portoferraio which takes one hour.

Known for its 150 beaches, natural heritage, stunning landscape, crystal-clear sea, mountains, pine woods and forests; Elba also has a fascinating past; exiled here in 1814, Napoleon Bonaparte only stayed nine months, but it is clear that his legacy remains throughout the island.

The wildlife thrives in the Mediterranean forests and woodlands and the vegetation on Elba is vast with a generous supply of wild mushrooms, flowers and chestnuts. Elba Island is far more relaxed than other Italian islands such as Capri or the Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, and is the perfect destination for anyone who likes mountain walks, snorkelling or diving, pretty beaches and exhilarating scenic drives with viewpoints at every turn. The Traditional Tuscan hill-top towns are ideal for exploring by car and are where you can sample the delicious local cuisine, which blends traditional Tuscan customs with maritime traditions.

A must is a trip on the cable car up to Monte Capanne, Elba's highest point for a view over the island. From the summit of 3,343ft, you have a view as far as Corsica and other islands in the Tuscan archipelago, including Montecristo and Pianosa, where top-level mafiosi were once imprisoned.

Acccommodation on Elba Island
The Hotel Désirée is superbly located on a private sandy beach overlooking the enchanting and tranquil Spartaia Bay on Elba Island, the largest island of the Tuscan archipelago. The hotel sits in 17 acres of private parkland with a lush mountainous backdrop and has been recently refurbished. Its position makes it an ideal choice for those who crave peace and quiet and the gently shelving beach and crystal clear sea make it a safe haven for families.

All of the guest rooms are comfortable and charmingly decorated, including mountain or sea facing rooms or family rooms that can sleep up to five. The Don Carlos restaurant serves local delights and delicious international dishes, accompanied by the finest Italian wines and the Beach Bar is ideal for balmy hot summer days. There is a seawater swimming pool, two tennis courts and a gym to keep everyone active and from mid June to mid September there is a supervised mini club for children aged 4-12 years.

Please call our Expert Travel Advisors to book.

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Forte dei Marmi

One of the most stylish resorts, favoured by wealthy Italians as a summer retreat. The town...

One of the most stylish resorts, favoured by wealthy Italians as a summer retreat. The town takes its name from the fortress built in 1788 by Leopold I the Grand Duke of Tuscany, which still stands in the main square. At one time the resort featured a wooden landing platform which was used for loading the massive blocks of marble quarried in the nearby mountains onto cargo boats; this has now been transformed into a pleasant jetty. Its wide sandy beaches, elegant shops, exclusive villas and leafy avenues make it one of the most exclusive holiday resorts on the Tuscany coast and is considered by the Italians as one of the chicest seaside resorts.

Transfer time from Pisa airport: approx. 45 minutes.

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Marina di Pietrasanta

Situated between Forte dei Marmi and Lido di Camaiore, this small resort features a golden sandy...

Situated between Forte dei Marmi and Lido di Camaiore, this small resort features a golden sandy beach that stretches for three miles, and a cosy little centre surrounded by stylish shops and local restaurants. The historic medieval town centre which is just four miles away, is well worth a visit; it is famous for its marble studios and monuments and there is an abundance of shops and exhibitions where you can purchase sculptures. The town has an antique market on the first Sunday of every month and a craft market on the second Sunday.

Transfer time from Pisa airport: approx. 50 minutes.

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Lido di Camaiore

Lido di Camaiore is a modern beach resort located six miles from the ancient town of Camaiore, situated between Viareggio...

Lido di Camaiore is a modern beach resort located six miles from the ancient town of Camaiore, situated between Viareggio and Marina di Pietrasanta. It has become famous for its back drop of the Apuan Alps and its wide blue flag beach with fine golden sand. It has now been developed in to an elegant modern resort with a pleasant long promenade with a beautiful pier stretching out to the sea.

Transfer time from Pisa airport: approx. 30 minutes.

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Viareggio

This is the main town of the Versilia Riviera and is one of the most popular...

This is the main town of the Versilia Riviera and is one of the most popular and busiest seaside resorts on Tuscany's Tyrrhenian coast. The town takes its name from the medieval road, Via Regia, which still exists today along the side of the Burlamacca Canal. It is famed for its beautifully maintained beach and gracious old buildings with their Liberty style facades which line the 'Passeggiata Margherita'; the town's famous promenade in Viareggio, which houses the Gran Caffè Margherita where the famous Italian composer, Giacomo Puccini was a regular patron. This unique promenade has attracted visitors since the early 1900s and Viareggio has continued to develop its tourist facilities. The promenade is a superb place for people watching and for taking a stroll, and its long beach is the perfect place to relax by the sea.

Transfer time from Pisa airport: approx. 30 minutes.

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Best Time To Go

Tuscany Coast is predominantly a summer destination, with the main tourist season generally running from April to October. Temperatures are at their hottest in July and August; this is also when Tuscany is at its busiest. However, Tuscany Coast also enjoys a mild climate in spring and autumn with temperatures rarely going beneath 20 degrees which makes it perfect for visiting at the beginning or end of season too. Easter is always busy, as is the month of February when the Viareggio Carnival comes to town. The best time to visit is during the quieter season, from April to June and September to October when the weather is good, prices are a bit lower and there are fewer crowds.

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Flight Information

The majority of international flights arrive into Pisa airport (PSA). Direct flights to Pisa are available from Belfast, Bristol, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester and Newcastle and take approximately 2 hours.

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Danilo Magri Danilo

Take a stroll down Viareggio's harbour pier and watch the sun dive into the sea. In front, you'll...

Take a stroll down Viareggio's harbour pier and watch the sun dive into the sea. In front, you'll have the beautiful sunset colours, while behind, there's a great view of the Apuan Alps that frame the town.
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Hotels

  • La Conchiglia Restaurant
  • Deluxe Room
  • Hotel Astor
  • La Conchiglia Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Rooftop Sundeck
  • Standard Double Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • Junior Suite
  • Suite Living Area
  • Suite Balcony
  • Indoor Swimming Pool

Hotel Astor, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

Citalia is proud to feature the Hotel Astor, which boasts stylish and spacious guest rooms equipped...

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  • Grand Hotel Royal
  • Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Lobby
  • Bar
  • Beach Views
  • Restaurant Terrace
  • Restaurant
  • Classic Room
  • Twin Side Sea View Room
  • Twin Front Sea View Balcony Room
  • Grand Hotel Royal

Grand Hotel Royal, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

The Grand Hotel Royal's turreted building is full of character and holds a prominent position on...

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  • Hotel Hermitage
  • Reception
  • Bambaissa Restaurant
  • Augustus Lido Beach Club
  • Park View Room with Balcony
  • Park View Room with Balcony
  • Garden
  • Hotel Hermitage
  • Swimming Pool At Beach Club
  • Swimming Pool
  • Garden
  • Beach

Hotel Hermitage, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

The Hotel Hermitage enjoys a cool and relaxing setting in the elegant area of Forte dei Marmi. The...

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  • Logos Hotel
  • Swimming Pool
  • Swimming Pool
  • Terrace
  • Logos Hotel
  • Terrace
  • Classic Room
  • Comfort Room
  • Children's Play Area
  • Restaurant
  • Pool Bar
  • Logos Hotel

Logos Hotel, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

The Logos Hotel is in a superb position, just 150 metres from the beach and only one mile from the...

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  • Onda Marina Apartments
  • Swimming Pool
  • Onda Marina Apartments
  • Swimming pool
  • Lounge Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Kitchen
  • Split Level Apartment
  • Double Room
  • Twin Room
  • Reception
  • Mountain View

Onda Marina Apartments, Tuscany Coast

Situated in lawned gardens, the Onda Marina Apartments provide modern self catering accommodation...

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  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Palace Hotel
  • View from Roof Terrace
  • Rooftop Bar
  • Rooftop Terrace
  •  'La Pace' Beach Club
  • Lounge
  • Twin Room
  • Twin Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • Bathroom

Palace Hotel, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

Built at the turn of the century, the dignified Palace Hotel lies on the promenade across the road...

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  • La Terrazza Restaurant
  • Hotel Plaza e de Russie
  • La Terrazza Restaurant
  • Lobby
  • Lounge
  • La Terrazza Restaurant
  • Reception
  • Lounge
  • Deluxe Room
  • Superior Twin Room
  • Junior Suite
  • Junior Suite

Hotel Plaza e de Russie, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

Built in 1871, the prestigious Hotel Plaza e de Russie was Viareggio's first hotel and enjoys one...

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  • Rooftop Plunge Spa Pool
  • Piccolo Principe Restaurant
  • Dining on the Roof Garden - Piccolo Principe
  • Regina Restaurant
  • Breakfast Room
  • Classic Hill View Room - International Style
  • Superior Side Sea View Room - Empire Style
  • Superior Front Sea View Room - Empire Style
  • Deluxe Side Sea View Room - Empire Style
  • Family Sea View Room - Colonial Style
  • One Bedroom Suite - Empire Style
  • Lobby

Principe di Piemonte, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 5

The gorgeous Principe di Piemonte enjoys a supreme position on the main seaside promenade, complete...

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  • UNA Hotel Versilia
  • Roof Garden
  • Roof Garden
  • Colonna Restaurant
  • Colonna Restaurant
  • Superior Room
  • Classic Room
  • Junior Suite
  • Junior Suite
  • Spa
  • Bar
  • Lobby

UNA Hotel Versilia, Tuscany Coast

Rating: 4

An exclusive seafront hotel, the UNA Hotel Versilia is the ideal solution for anyone wanting to...

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Excursions

Add an excursion to make the most of your holiday. Make the selection when you are booking.

Florence

Discover one of Italy's most beautiful cities, the cradle of the Italian Renaissance with its exceptional artistic patrimony, wonderful architecture, impressive monuments and stunning panorama. Enjoy a guided tour of the city in the morning, visiting the Cathedral, Santa Croce Square, Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in the city with its glittering jewellery shops. In the afternoon, discover the wonders of this splendid city at your leisure.

Operates Tuesdays
Departure: 7.30am Forte dei Marmi, 8am Viareggio

Duration: Full Day
From: £55

Portofino

After a pleasant drive along the coastal road you'll reach Rapallo and Santa Margherita. From here, you'll reach Portofino by motorboat where you'll see its picturesque harbour and pastel-coloured houses. You'll also have time to browse and admire the local handicraft.

Operates Mondays
Departure: 12pm Viareggio, 12.30pm Forte dei Marmi
Duration: Half Day
From: £40

Siena & San Gimignano

After a beautiful journey through the Tuscan countryside you will arrive at San Gimignano, one of the most idyllic hilltop towns in Tuscany, a Medieval masterpiece with its majestic towers dominating the skyline. After a short drive to Siena, you will have some free time followed by a guided tour in the afternoon. Siena boasts a wealth of architectural treasures, from its distinctive black and white Cathedral to the magnificent central Piazza del Campo, famous for the 'Palio' horse race.

Operates Thursdays
Departure: 7am Forte dei Marmi, 7.30am Viareggio
Duration: Full Day
From: £57

The advertised program of events is dependent upon achieving a minimum number of participants and, therefore, some events may not always be available due to insufficient demand or, in some cases, adverse weather conditions.

Multi Centre Holidays

Tuscany Coast & any destination of your choice

Combining two or more destinations on your holiday is the perfect way to see and experience more of Italy. The Tuscan coast offers bustling resorts, sandy beaches and long promenades. By combining it with another destination, such as an iconic city or rural countryside, you can see two different sides to Italy in one holiday. See some of our favourite multi centre combinations below or phone our expert Travel Advisors who will be happy to tailor make your perfect itinerary.

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Florence

Uffizi Gallery - Florence

Combining a stay on the Tuscan coast with a few nights in Florence is a great way to see the best of Tuscany. The renaissance architecture of Florence makes the city a delight to walk around, taking in sights such as the Uffizi Gallery, Brunelleschi's Dome and the Mercato Centrale, a bustling food market. After sightseeing, the sun-kissed beaches of Tuscany Coast offer a welcome retreat.

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Tuscany Countryside

Ancient city of Cortona in Tuscany

Tuscany is a diverse region of Italy, with its coastline and countryside each offering an individual charm. Locals and tourists alike are drawn to the wide sandy beaches and bustling atmosphere of the Tuscan coast, whilst exploring the countryside by car promises stunning scenery, tucked-away family-run restaurants and impossibly picturesque medieval towns.

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Venice

Grand Canal, Venice

Combine a short break in one of Italy's iconic cities with a relaxing beach holiday by staying in both Tuscany Coast and Venice. Just a three hour drive away, Venice is a complete contrast to Tuscany Coast with its network of calm canals and narrow lanes linked by ornate bridges.

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