WHAT TO DO TOSCANA

Whatever your ideal vacation may be, Tuscany offers is the place for you: active holidays, relaxing stays and special routes that combine nature, art and history. The coast gives you the possibility of enjoying both relaxing stays in seaside on sandy beaches or rocky areas, along with the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, or having physical activity like sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and scuba diving.

The coast boasts enchanting green pine-woods, that are even better if visited by bike; indeed Tuscany, thanks to its landscapes, is perfect for a green holiday, moreover in unspoilt places like Garfagnana, Maremma, Casentino or Chianti; all those corners of heaven are great for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding or simply relaxing in an “agriturism”.

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The environment is highly protected and there are National parks and natural reserves: Apuan Alps, Orbetello Lagoon and the Maremma National Park.

Tuscany is also interesting underground; the region subsoil is rich in mineral resources and thermal waters. Unconventional routes lead to the discovery of the mineral resources of the region: the Archaeological and Mining Park of San Silvestro, that contains the millenary history of mining with geological routes inside the mines and the Carrara marble mines of the Apuan Alps. But if you want to discover underground richness in a more relaxing way, you can spend some time, detoxifying in one of the region’s many Spas, like Saturnia, Montecatini or Monsummano Terme.

Via Farncigena is an incredibly charming and spiritual itinerary that pass through Medieval villages, attracting tourists and pilgrims.

One can not avoid to visit a winery or a farm and tasting very high-caliber wines and the genuine typical products.

By night, enjoy one of the many trendy venues and disco-clubs of Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano.

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Tuscany offers also a wide assay of cultural, religious and folklore events: probably the most famous of all is the Palio of Siena, but also the Viareggio Carnival, the Saracen Tournament in Arezzo and the “explosion of the cart” in Florence on Easter Sunday and countless other local festivals worth to be seen.

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