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    Picturesque towns, hills and sea

    Tuscany boasts a territory encopassing many different sights. You could almost say that you get the full Italian experience at hand here: the sea, the hillsides, picturesque and beautiful towns, all for you to explore! Hotel Delfino can be your starting point for the exploration of this magnificent land, where geniuses such as Dante, Michelangelo and Leonardo were born!

Rosignano Solvay

Rosignano Solvay

Rosignano Solvay is the highest-populated fraction of Rosignano Marittimo, close to Livorno and directly on the sea. You can enjoy a walk between art and culture, and let the ancient Etruscan civilazion surprise you while you gaze at the beautiful landscapes around the city. Here you will find medieval castles perched on the hill tops and the liberty architecture of the villas in Castiglioncello, sure to leave you breathless.

Rosignano Solvay, in particular, is the latest example of northern-European "garden-city" and is very famous for beach tourism, since it boasts the most famous White Beaches, extending south down to Vada.

Buca delle Fate

BUCA DELLE FATE ("The fairies well")

Buca delle Fate is located close to Baratti, evoking a magical, fairy tale vibe to be felt from the beauty of the place. The area around Buca delle Fate has both fine sand and rocky beaches for you to enjoy; a rocky cliff rising steeply out of the sea and the wind in your hair is sure to complete the beautiful view.

The cliff has unusual shapes, which maybe was one of the reasons behind its name... this will surely prove to feel like a slice of paradise on the coast between Piombino and Populonia, so don't miss it!

Livorno

Livorno

The province main town closest to San Vincenzo is Livorno, a large town on the sea boasting a centuries-long seafaring tradition. Here you can enjoy shopping or visiting the prestigious military architectures, the palaces and villas, the famous acquedotto.

Mercato delle Vettovaglie is an interesting building to be visited, as is Terrazza Mascagni, with its magnificent seascape and the pleasant walks you can have there. Families are sure to enjoy the Aquarium, to discover and understand the underwater world.

Parco Gallorose

Parco Gallorose

Parco Gallorose is all about nature, animals and fun. You will discover over 120 species of animals in this zoo-farm, a universe ranging from the jungle... to the stables! The park also serves as a museum, illustrating Italian country life from the 20s to the 50s.

It is a 3km walk which will allow you to discover animals from farms and wild areas all around the world: it is a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds hard to come by in such variety, an experience which is sure to thrill visitors of all ages!

Terme di Saturnia

Terme di Saturnia

The Saturnia natural thermal springs are probably the most famous in Italy. The stunning beauty of the location and the wellness provided by the sulphurous waters here made it one of the most sought-after thermal destinations across the centuries. The history of this thermal complex dates back to ancient times, but nowadays it has developed into a full operational thermal park.

The thermal water in Saturnia is greatly beneficial to the body and mind, helping the body dispose of toxins, reducing blood pressure, increasing the oxygenation of lungs, exfoliating the skin, rejuvenating the liver and reducing tension on the heart, the lungs and the blood stream. Choose your treatment, relax, and regenerate!

Siena

Siena

Siena is well known around the world for the Palio, which is held twice a year attracting tourists from abroad. But the real beauty of Siena is hidden inside its historical walls, scattered across its 17 "contradas" (a concept similar to a neighborhood, with a very strong pride and sense of belonging), each of them with its townscapes and colors.

Piazza del Campo is certainly worth a visit to admire Torre dal Mangia and the Cathedral with the battistero; thus you will feel like crossing centuries of history, to understand the artistic dimension permeating the whole town.

Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima

Marra Marittima has a special kind of charm, hinged on the main square of the old town, Piazza Garibaldi, featuring the buildings of Palazzo del Podestà and Palazzo dei Priori, and the impressive romano-gothic Cathedral. Make sure you don't miss the Archaeological Museum, displaying all findings from the area. As you stroll by the streets of Massa Marittima, stop by the public fountain, an ancient town landmark which is still perfectly preserved today. In case you're visiting in August, don't miss the Tuscany Photofestival, which has entertained photography amateurs and experts since 1993, also displaying important works from well-renowned names. In September, workshops hosted by important photographers are sure to teach you techniques and secrets from the art of photography.

Baratti

Baratti

Baratti, a suburb of the Piombino municipality, is famous for its red sand beach, the crystal clear waters and th archaeological park guarding the remains of the ancient Populonia, the only Etruscan town to have been built directly on the sea. The Gulf of Baratti features a much sough-after beach, a meeting point for many surf and windsurf aficionados, thanks to the wind ever blowing generously on this side of the coast. Sail enthusiasts are sure to be delighted: here they'll find sailing classes for adults and children. From the Porticciolo di Baratti (that is, the small harbor) you can set sail for Piombino, while a walk across the breathtaking woods all around will lead you to Buca delle Fate, a rocky beach sheltered from the wind, ideal for snorkeling enthusiasts, and many other secret beaches.

Populonia

Populonia

Populonia is an ancient, important Etruscan town, once part of the Dodecapolis, the union of twelve cities of the Etruscan civilization. Its ruins suggest to the visitor the splendor of this ancient city, once called Fufluna or Pupluna, the only Etruscan city to be sitting directly on the coast of the Tirrenian sea. Here you'll find the medieval walls and the Fort, dating back to the XV Century, with cobblestone alleys, small artisan shops and the Gasparri Collection, featuring Roman and Etruscan findings from underground and underwater. The archaeological park of Baratti and Populonia is a real open-air museum, where you can admire temples, buildings and mosaics dating back to the Romans.

Cavallino Matto
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Cavallino Matto

Tuscany's very own amusement park awaits you! Adrenalinic roller coasters for the grown-ups, magical rides for children. Here the whole family can have a blast together with many rides, roller coasters, shows and relaxing and amusing times in the open air. Don't miss the numerous seasonal events organized all year-round inside the beautiful pine trees park. Cavallino Matto's funny mascot is sure to lead the whole family along this adventure!

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  • Hotel in riva al mare

    Rad location, very close to the town center and just one minute away from the beach! Staff is friendly, efficient and well-organized. The food was very good, both at the restaurant and at the cafè, and don't miss the aperitif on the balcony looking directly at the sunset!

  • Ottima esperienza

    I do recommend this to everyone. Excellent under all aspects. Clean, organized, well managed and located on an ideal spot. I also recommend the beach facility. The congeniality and friendliness of the whole staff is unrivaled. A place to return to!

  • La miglior soluzione a San Vincenzo

    I've been staying on the first week of September with my fiancé and I couldn't have made a better choice. The room cleaning was excellent (I had a Superior room), the cooking was very good and I was very impressed by the friendliness of the whole staff. The location on the sea side gives the hotel yet another strong point which makes me want to recommend it. We enjoyed the beach facility to the fullest and each day we indulged ourselves in a Spritz drink at the café in front of a sea sunset. The hotel has everything one could ever need, I'd come back immediately!

  • Eccezionale in tutto

    Unique location directly on the sea. The staff is a 10/10... and the food! I do recommend their spaghetti with clam and the mixed fried fish (which I order almost every time) but all of the menu is definitely worth a try!
    The late afternoon aperitif on the sea is totally a must-try!
    In short... you can only come back again and again and be satisfied each time!

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