Category Environment

15 Apr

Bibbona

Bibbona, a singular village located on the hills of the Livorno countryside, still retains the appearance of the medieval village today: the urban plan is in fact composed of a series of concentric circles, connected to each other by narrow alleys and stairways. It is therefore not surprising that the origins of Bibbona are really […]

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15 Apr

Bolgheri

Bolgheri has always been associated in common memory with the famous poet Giosuè Carducci, who moved here in 1839 when he was only four years old. Bolgheri has a very ancient history, with origins dating back to the Middle Ages. Of particular interest is the castle of Bolgheri, located at the end of the long […]

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15 Apr

Castagneto Carducci

The chestnut countryside has discovered in recent years, almost by chance, that it has become the capital of outdoor tourism. In the ranking of the most livable tourist resorts, drawn up by Legambiente, Castagneto Carducci was the first in Tuscany and the third in the world; Castagneto Carducci has been awarded the Blue Flag six […]

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15 Apr

Donoratico

The village of Donoratico, being of relatively recent constitution, represents the most modern and inhabited locality of the Municipality of Castagneto Carducci and has no historical-architectural attractions.   Despite this, the origin of its name is very ancient: in fact already in the Middle Ages there was an imposing castle in these lands which had […]

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15 Apr

Florence

The Tuscan capital is famous all over the world for its unique beauties. City of Roman origin, built on the banks of the Arno river, for many years the cradle of culture and art, it was the birthplace of the greatest artists of the Renaissance and beyond. The artistic heritage of Florence is among the […]

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15 Apr

Elba island

The island of Elba has been the scene of great events: there is no Mediterranean civilization that has not left significant traces of its passage. Nature, art and millenary culture create a unique atmosphere, evoking extraordinary scenarios, the result of encounters between different peoples.   In addition to tourism it is famous for its typical […]

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15 Apr

San Gimignano

The origins of San Gimignano are very ancient, memories are remembered in Roman times, legend has it that the village was built by two Roman brothers, who fled because they were accomplices of the conspiracy of Catilina.   Due to the characteristic medieval architecture of its historic center it has been declared a World Heritage […]

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15 Apr

San Vincenzo

The blue sea and golden beaches of San Vincenzo attract millions of tourists from all over Europe every year. Both in 2006 and in 2007 it was awarded the Blue Flag. San Vincenzo combines natural beauty with the comfort of a welcoming and hospitable location, making it a destination for international tourism, where you can […]

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15 Apr

Sassetta

The origin of this town is ancient and the first documents that speak of it date back to the year 1000. The toponym is attested for the first time in 1238 and derives from the Latin saxum, “rock”, for which Sassetta is the “small rock” “. Sassetta was a castle of some importance, which around […]

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15 Apr

Volterra

Velathri, as the city was called when it was founded by the Etruscans in the seventh century BC, had a wall perimeter of over seven kilometers, suggesting to scholars that in addition to the city, there were also cultivated land inside. Over the years the city acquired a great deal of importance so as to […]

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