Nature in Tuscany
Castagneto Carducci is located within the Costa degli Etruschi, which includes the entire coastal area of the province of Livorno up to Piombino and has typical Tuscan hills with woods, vineyards and olive groves.
It offers enchanting walks away from mass tourism!
Bolgheri and its people: wine and cypresses! Discover one of the most beautiful and important territories in Italy for its landscape by the sea, the famous Viale dei Cipressi from San Guido to Bolgheri, home of world-famous wines such as Sassicaia and Ornellaia. Walking through Castagneto Carducci and Sassetta takes us along paths that for centuries have belonged to charcoal burners, woodcutters, poets and shepherds.
Populonia and the Gulf of Baratti. Hiking in this area is an authentic immersion in nature. The very scenic route along this magnificent stretch of coastline crosses one of the most beautiful promoters in Tuscany, leading us in the first section directly to the Gulf of Baratti, covered by Mediterranean maquis, and then to one of the most important ancient settlements on the sea: the Etruscan city of Populonia.
Sassetta. A circular route of great environmental interest that winds around Sassetta near the Etruscan coast. An intact environment characterised by Mediterranean maquis.
From Campiglia Marittima to Suvereto. This route links two medieval towns in the hinterland of the Costa degli Etruschi, with a splendid view of the sea.
For those who love walking as a holiday, I leave a link to a site you will enjoy: Fellowship of Paths!