Fine sandy beaches and crystal clear water - the Tuscan Islands are known as a natural paradise. Anyone wanting to visit the Tuscan mainland however, can also look forward to relaxing days by the sea.
The district beaches are mostly divided into individual sections, the so-called bagni. These bathing areas offer plenty of comfort with sun loungers, parasols, showers and changing rooms.
Bagni and free beaches
Many of the bagni have their own cafe and restaurant and offer different sporting activities. This service is not free, of course. Prices vary depending on location, season and selection.
Anyone not wanting to make use of this service and preferring to go to one of the free beaches, will find plenty of sports along the coast.
The pine tree lined sandy beaches provide beautiful scenery on both sides of the river Bruna. In addition to the ubiquitous Bagni, the beach areas with parasols and sun loungers, which charge admission, free beach access can be found. more
Elba boasts over one hundred beaches and bays with crystal clear waters and white sand or pebbles. Some beaches are somewhat secluded and quiet, others are more lively. Everyone will find their perfect bathing spot on Elba's coast! more
The beach resorts Principina a Mare and Marina di Grosseto are only a few kilometres from Grosseto. A few secluded beaches can also be found along the stretch of coast. more
The magnificently situated, shallow bay of Populonia in the Golfo di Baratti has a beautiful beach and comfortable water temperatures. The name Etruscan Riviera seems to be very fitting of this beautiful stretch of beach. more
Viareggio's long, sandy beaches are said to be the most beautiful beaches in northern Tuscany. In places, the beaches are 200 metres wide; the water quality is classed as very good. more
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