Historical Routes

[justify] The coast of the Etruscans is a land rich in art and history that preserves suggestive testimonies of its past, of Etruscan and Roman archeology. [/justify] Among the museums and archaeological sites we recommend:
  • Archaeological Park Baratti and Populonia
  • Archaeological Museum of San Silvestro
  • Museum of Natural History of the Mediterranean in Livorno
  • National Archaeological Museum of Castiglioncello
  • Museum of Mines Montecatini Val di Cecina
  • Archaeological Museum of Cecina
  • San Vincenzino Archaeological Park
[justify] In particular in Vada we have: [/justify]
  • Civic and Archaeological Museum of Rosignano Marittimo
  • Archaeological area of ??San Gaetano in Vada

Fun and Naturalistic Itineraries

[justify] In the Etruscan Coast you can find fabulous fun and nature parks for unforgettable days to spend with friends and family. [/justify] In particular we recommend:
  • Cavallino Matto
  • Water Village
  • Adventure Park - The Hanging Garden in Riparbella
  • Center Wildlife Park Gallorose
  • Maremma Natural Park
  • Bolgheri Oasis Natural Park
  • European Center for the Protection of Turtles in Massa Marittima

Enogastronomic Itinerary and the Wine Road

[justify] Due to its rich history and landscape, the Etruscan Coast boasts an enogastronomic culture of considerable renown: the typical products of the land, such as wine, oil, vegetables and organic produce, make the area even more attractive and interesting and "enjoy". A rich and varied cuisine characterized by succulent seafood dishes such as Cacciucco, typical fish soup, trunks to livornese, black cuttlefish rice, and tasty savory dishes such as pheasant, hare and wild boar, all cooked with respect of the oldest traditions. Succulent dishes to match with the most famous world famous wines such as Sassicaia and Ornellaia produced along the prestigious Wine Road that from Bolgheri winds towards the Old Bolgherese until reaching Castagneto Carducci. [/justify]