Travel guide San Vincenzo
To the Tuscan coast in San Vincenzo
Your destination San Vincenzo is an idyllic small Italian municipality on the coast of Tuscany. The town belongs to the province of Livorno
and can be reached by car via Genoa or Florence towards Livorno. On the expressway towards Rome, take the San Vincenzo Sud exit. If you're traveling to a private vacation home or apartment by plane, fly to Pisa and continue by rental car or train. Conveniently, San Vincenzo has its own train station. Rent a cozy vacation accommodation or an apartment or house with internet, kitchen, pool, and air conditioning in the resort and enjoy unforgettable vacations tailored to your personal wishes, full of possibilities for excursions in the hinterland and surroundings.
The sun as a permanent guest
Rent a vacation property, a vacation house, or a private apartment in San Vincenzo and experience the full glory of the Italian coast in Tuscany. From May it usually becomes very summery. The highest temperatures are reached in July and August. In San Vincenzo, you can expect light sea breezes that pleasantly mitigate the strongest heat. In the fall, it remains warm and pleasant. Only from October does it slowly become cooler, although the sun continues to be a frequent guest. The winter months are then less suitable for beach vacationers. Tip: If you are traveling with a four-legged friend, you can find out about offers for a holiday with a dog or pet in San Vincenzo
. At the Dog Beach, you can relax and romp with your dogs to your heart's content.
The land of 14 million olive trees
The destination San Vincenzo is a place of deceleration and enjoyment. No wonder that there is one of the best restaurants in all of Italy, the Gambero Rosso. In the restaurants of the town, you can get typical regional classics and seafood in various variations. A culinary specialty of San Vincenzo is the street food Farina di Ceci, a spicy cake made from chickpea flour, refined with cheese or spring onions. Be aware that bread in Tuscany is prepared without salt. This has historical reasons: The cities Pisa
quarreled so fiercely in the 12th century that Pisa no longer supplied salt to the region. Tuscany's olive oil is considered particularly high-quality, produced from a total of around 14 million olive trees and 17 different varieties. If you want to buy the regional delicacies yourself and cook them in your private apartment or vacation house, you can stock up on fresh food in San Vincenzo's market hall - Mercato Centrale.
Golden beach, blue flag
A beach holiday in the resort San Vincenzo
and surroundings will be an unforgettable experience for the whole family. Book a vacation with accommodation, a vacation house, or apartment and enjoy the fantastic location by the sea. The fine and golden three-kilometer-long sandy beach invites you to swim, sunbathe, and relax. San Vincenzo's beach is considered one of the most beautiful in Italy by many travel experts and has been awarded the Blue Flag for years for its algae-free and crystal-clear water. You can also rent canoes or pedal boats, snorkel, or go on excursion trips across the Tyrrhenian Sea. Take a trip to Elba. Elba is an Italian island in the Tuscan Archipelago National Park in the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is known for its beaches and was Napoleon's place of exile in 1814-15. The hilly hinterland and Maremma offer many opportunities for hiking or cycling, as does the Rimigliano Nature Park.
Enchanting forests, harbors, and islands in and around San Vincenzo
Relax during your journey on the kilometers-long beach and the cobalt blue sea, and fully enjoy your vacation with plenty of opportunities for vacation accommodations, vacation houses or apartments. The coast in San Vincenzo is dominated by the 1300 built tower and other fortifications worth visiting. The fortifications and towers once served to fend off pirates. Adjacent to the beach is a dense and shady pine forest that delights you with numerous hiking or trekking routes and horse riding trails. The Marina di San Vincenzo, a harbor, is worth visiting, inviting you to romantic walks, culinary expeditions, and boat tours. Art enthusiasts can visit numerous galleries and museums, e.g., in Casa Natale di Amedeo Modigliani, the birthplace of the famous painter. Many other highlights can be found along the Etruscan Coast, such as the ancient cities Campiglia Marittima or Baratti. Additional medieval or ancient gems include Bolgheri, Volterra, Suvereto, San Gimignano, Siena
, or Sassetta. Pisa and Florence are also not far away. Those who want to visit the historical and idyllic island of Elba
can use various connections. More of a secret tip is Viareggio, which is considered an extravagant seaside resort in Art Nouveau style. Simply book a comfortably furnished accommodation, an apartment, or a house in Maremma with air conditioning, kitchen, pool, and internet and enjoy unforgettable vacations according to your personal wishes with your loved ones in the resort.