Surroundings

San Vincenzo

Our office is located in a seaside town on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, facing the Tuscan archipelago and Elba Island.

An ancient fishing village, today it is the best equipped tourist centre on the Costa degli Etruschi (Etruscan Coast), and is one of the "G20" municipalities representing Italian municipalities with the highest number of tourists.

The coastline of fine, light-coloured sand stretches for twelve kilometres and is bordered by characteristic Mediterranean scrub and a pine forest of centuries-old pines that reach the beach directly, but that's not all - the centre of the town offers picturesque walks and a pedestrian area with shops and distinctive clubs and restaurants.

The Marina of San Vincenzo is the new tourist port of the town, much appreciated not only for its location along the coast, but also for its immediate proximity to the town centre, with many services offered and the wonderful "Passeggiata del Marinaio"(Sailor's Walk).

San Vincenzo

The Wine and Olive Oil Trail

Along the territory, once the cradle of the Etruscan civilisation among hills, sea and ancient villages, one of the symbols of Tuscany, Sassicaia is produced there, and it is one of the best wines in the world.

Visiting the cellars of the Wine and Oil Trail, you will experience exciting journeys, meeting people and discovering products in continuous development and testing, with the aim of creating a unique link with the gastronomy of our land and its typical products, such as: wines, extra virgin olive oil, honey with other beekeeping products, bread baked in a wood-fired oven, cheeses, meats, preserves ...

The Wine and Olive Oil Trail

The Etruscan Coast

Its proximity to the main art cities of Tuscany, Florence, Pisa, Siena, Lucca, makes this part of the territory unique and very appealing. The Etruscan Coast is a strip of land that runs from Livorno, Quercianella and Castiglioncello up to the Gulf of Baratti, Populonia and Piombino.

The ancient villages that overlook the sea from the first hills... Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, Campiglia Marittima, Suvereto, etc are very charming.

The Etruscan Coast
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