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Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima is an Italian municipality of 8,153 inhabitants in the province of Grosseto in Tuscany.
The main center of the Colline Metallifere area of ​​Grosseto, it is a member of the Colline Metallifere Union of mountain municipalities.
As a Maremma tourist resort it has obtained important recognition for environmental quality.

Cala Violina

Cala Violina is a cove in the Grosseto Maremma, in the municipal area of ​​Scarlino, which opens onto the Tyrrhenian Sea within the Bandite di Scarlino nature reserve.

The cove is enclosed between the two headlands of Punta Martina to the north, which divides it from Cala Martina, and Punta Le Canne to the south. The white sand that characterizes the beach has also given the cove its name, in reference to the sounds that it “emits” when it is stepped on by those who cross it, in the absence of significant sound sources. It can be reached on foot via a 30-minute route through the woods bordering the sea.

Elba island

The island of Elba, the largest island in the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy, is at the same time one of the most beautiful seaside resorts in Tuscany. Easily reachable from the port of Piombino by ferry and hydrofoil, it has 147 kilometers of coastline lined with pebble beaches, rocks and sandy coves. Here the water is transparent and crystalline, the colors of the sea change to shades of blue from light to intense, and there are many magnificent beaches to choose from. – https://www.toscana.info/livorno/provincia/isola-delba/

The villages of the Etruscan Coast

Suvereto is among the most fascinating villages in the region. The municipality, located between the hilly landscape and the sea of ​​the Etruscan Coast in Livorno, is a real jewel characterized by small medieval streets, as well as by buildings that tell its story, such as stone houses and suggestive churches. The town is also surrounded by immense forests of oaks, chestnuts and of course corks, from which the village takes its name.

Campiglia Marittima is one of the five towns in the Val di Cornia, located in the south of Livorno. It is one of the most beautiful villages on the Etruscan Coast, given the wealth of medieval features.

Tuscan cities between history and taste

Tuscany is not just a beautiful region in itself, or a renowned wine region where excellent wines are produced, Tuscany is also home to some of the most beautiful and fascinating cities and villages in Italy. But whether you’re planning a food and wine trip, a romantic getaway, or a simple Italian vacation, you’ll know more about the best cities in Tuscany to explore!

Pisa Siena Lucca Montepulciano Montalcino San Gimignano Volterra Greve in Chianti

Source: Winalist

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