San Vincenzo, The Land of the Etruscans, History & Culture

San Vincenzo

Our office is located in a seaside town on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, with great view to the Tuscan Archipelago and the island of Elba.

An ancient fishing village, today it is one of the best-equipped tourist towns on the Costa degli Etruschi, and a member of the G20s, the national network of seaside destinations.

The coastline offers 12 km of sandy beach and Mediterranean pine forest while in the centre of the village a welcoming pedestrian area with shops, restaurants and wine bars for sunset aperitifs awaits you. The village's new marina, very well located in front of the Tuscan Archipelago, is just a short walk from the town centre and, throught the Promenade Del Marinaio, offers a wonderful view of the coast.

San Vincenzo - Tuscany

The Etruscan Coast

The proximity to the main art cities of Tuscany such as Florence, Pisa, Siena, Lucca, makes this part of the territory, unique and very suggestive.

The Etruscan Coast includes a large stretch of coastline in the province of Livorno, mostly corresponding to the Maremma Livornese; a strip of land that runs from the capital, Quercianella and Castiglioncello until you reach the Gulf of Baratti, Populonia and Piombino.

Very suggestive the ancient villages that from the first hills overlook the sea ... Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, Campiglia Marittima, Suvereto ...

The name of this coastal area is linked to the presence of the Etruscan people, who lived here since the ninth century BC, as evidenced by the settlements of the Archaeological Park of Baratti and the Castle of Populonia Alta, a beautiful village on the top of the hill overlooking the sea.

The Etruscan Coast