Hotels & Apartments in Tuscany Coast
About 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; and are within easy reach of Lucca, Pisa and Florence - perfect for a culture-filled day trip.
Forte dei Marmi
One of the most stylish resorts, favoured by wealthy Italians as a summer retreat. Its wide sandy beach, elegant shops and leafy avenues make it one of the most exclusive holiday resorts on the Tuscany coast.
Marina di Pietrasanta
Situated between Forte dei Marmi and Lido di Camaiore, this small resort features a three miles golden sandy beach. The historic medieval town centre is well worth a visit; it is famous for its marble studios and monuments andthere 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.
Lido di Camaiore
Lido di Camaiore is a modern beach located in the historical centre of Camaiore, 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. The beautiful town is characterised with parks and beautiful squares with artistic fountains and gardens.
This is the main town of the Riviera and is one of the most popular and busiest seaside resorts on Tuscany's Tyrrhenian coast. It is famed for its beautifully maintained beach and gracious old buildings with their Liberty style facades and which line the 'Passeggiata Margherita', the town's famous promenade.
- Historical San Gimignano
- Chianti wine region
Please note excursions operate seasonally.
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.
Departure: 07:30 Forte dei Marmi, 08:00 Viareggio
Duration: Full Day
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.
Departure: 12:00 Viareggio, 12:30 Forte dei Marmi
Duration: Half Day
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.
Departure: 07:00 Forte dei Marmi, 07:30 Viareggio
Duration: Full Day
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.