Castagneto Carducci is one of the most famous town of the Etruscan Coast.
Perched on a hill less than 10 km from the sea, Castagneto is developed around the imposing medieval castle (now a location for events and parties) located on the highest point of the town.
The house that hosted the young Giosuè Carducci is located in the town center and is now the home to the Carducci House Promotion Center, open for visits.
Bolgheri is a small medieval village, one of the most fascinating in Tuscany.
The avenue of cypresses of Bolgheri is considered one of the most famous and better-known in Italy, thanks to the poetry of Carducci.
The historic center of Bolgheri is a real gem, in which to get lost to walk. The stone houses, craft stores, along with the square dotted with flowers in summer, instill a sense of unprecedented peace, with its slow and relaxing atmosphere.
Small medieval village, whose origins date back to before the year one thousand, leaning on the slopes of the hills overlooking the sea and the Etruscan Coast, in the green valley crossed by the Cornia, rich in history and art, Suvereto is a real jewel. The town encloses, within its ancient walls, paved alleys overlooked by stone houses, historic buildings, churches and cloisters.
Bibbona has ancient roots and there have been numerous discoveries that testify its Etruscan origin.
The historic center as we see it today, however, as well as being a typical medieval village with narrow streets and brick houses.
Casale Marittimo stands on a hill overlooking the valley of the river Cecina, on the Etruscan Coast. The sea is just 12 kilometers away and the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago are clearly visible from the coast. The medieval village has been awarded the Orange Flag by the Touring Club.