VOLTERRA: THROUGH THE TUSCAN COUNTRYSIDE We leave the sea behind and head towards the interior of the region: the road is comfortable and the uniqueness of the landscape deserves to be seen at least once. Here are some trivia from Wikipedia: the city, famous for the extraction and processing of alabaster, was one of the […]


POPULONIA: A DIVE IN HISTORY The oldest part is located on one of the dominant promontories of the area, directly overlooking the Gulf of Baratti: a true spectacle of nature. Here are some trivia from Wikipedia: it was in antiquity one of the largest and most important Etruscan and Roman cities. near the present inhabited […]

Elba island

ELBA ISLAND: A RIDE TO THE TUSCAN ARCHIPELAGO The Island of Elba is located a few kilometers from the coast and is part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. Here are some details taken from Wikipedia: it is the largest of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago; the terrain is very varied, and divided into […]

The territory of Maremma

THE MAREMMA: AN INCREDIBLE VARIETY OF TASTE The Maremma is a geographical area between Tuscany and Lazio that overlooks the sea: the uniqueness of the territory is unmistakable and thanks to this there are excellences on the territory both in the culinary and naturalistic fields. Here are some details taken from Wikipedia: in addition to […]


FLORENCE: PERFUME OF HISTORY AND CULTURE Being at Camping Bocca di Cecina and not visiting Florence would be a shame! In just over an hour’s drive you can be with your eyes turned to the sky to admire the works of this beautiful city known all over the world. Here are some trivia from Wikipedia: […]


LIVORNO: BETWEEN BUSINESS, ART AND HISTORY This city undoubtedly deserves a visit that, thanks to its characteristics, will leave you with open eyes. Below, some trivia from Wikipedia: it is located along the coast of the Ligurian Sea and is one of the most important Italian ports, both as a commercial and tourist port; among […]


SIENA: A HISTORICAL, ARTISTIC AND LANDSCAPE HERITAGE The Sienese territory offers a glimpse of the typical Tuscan countryside: along the way to arrive you can feel the scent of this land. Following, some details taken from Wikipedia: in 1995 its historic center was included by UNESCO in the World Heritage; Siena is located in central […]

San Gimignano

SAN GIMIGNANO: MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE, UNESCO HERITAGE Among the recommended itineraries this can not be missing: one of the best examples in Europe of urban organization of the municipal age. Below, some details taken from Wikipedia: it rises on a place inhabited certainly by the Etruscans, at least from the III century a.C. The hill had […]


BOLGHERI: AT THE CENTER OF THE MAREMMA (district of Livorno) A village famous all over the world, immersed in a countryside with typical Mediterranean scents. Below, some news from Wikipedia: the name derives from a military settlement of Bulgarian allies of the Longobards, here attested in a defensive position against a possible landing of Byzantine […]


BIBBONA: VAL DI CECINA DIRECTION A country rich in history and culture, inserted in a unique natural context in the world. Below, some curiosity from Wikipedia: the municipality of Bibbona is located in the Val di Cecina and its territory, which includes about four kilometers of beaches as well as a large forest of considerable […]