Every year a body called the Federation for Evironmental Education awards Flags to the coastlines noted as clean, safe, and have first-rate ambient awareness strategies. Tuscany has it’s decent share of Blue Flag registered shores, along the length of its clear coastline. A coastline where, in just a few minutes, spectacular Farm Accommodation can be found.
Tuscan expert’s Best Beaches: Overview
In short, with Lucca as your first point, the further down (south) the coast you explore in Tuscany, the more pleasurable the coast become, and, except for the peak period, you’ll find less fellow tourists too. These are clearly the beaches that require the greatest time to reach from Firenze, but the differences are legendary.
The Coast for the Late Nights
Although at the beaches of Lucca (Forte dei Marmi, Camaiore, Viareggio) you’ll find all the amenities typical of any beach resort, you’re gonna be disappointed if you sought a sandy paradise that was peaceful and withdrawn. If you’re a teenager and searching for a break by the sea with discoteques and pubs, Viareggio is not going to dissapoint.
Summary: 70mins from Florence, good services and Late night life.
Top Beaches for Camping
In contrast, if you are a family group, the beaches across at Livorno (Antignano, Quercianella, Rosignano, Cecina, Bibbona, Castagneto, San Vincenzo) are a good choice as they can be succinctly got to from Firenze (Seventy/90minutes by bus) and have lodgings and services with target on family stays.
Summary: 70 minutes/90 minutes from Florence, family tailored.
Amazing Beaches of Beauty
For the foremost beaches, identified here as the balance of the most beauteous landscapes with the most crystalline waters, there is a shared consensus in Florentine’s that Grosetto (Follonica, Castiglione della Pescaia, Monte Argentario) always delivers the goods.
Brief Conclusion: An hour and a half from Firenze, less services, greater beauty.