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Seaside villages in Tuscany to visit during a Ferrari tour in Tuscany

Tuscany has always been recognized in the popular imagination as the green hilly countryside where rows of cypresses wind between ancient villas and medieval villages. Surely the beauty of Tuscany reflects the postcard image that visitors from all over the world associate with it but it is also home to some of the most beautiful Italian seaside places. Today we want to show you four wonderful villages in Tuscany to visit during a Ferrari tour in Tuscany! It is absolutely perfect to include one or more stops along the coast in a multi-day Ferrari tour in Tuscany, especially if planned during summertime, or also add a stop on the islands of this magical region at the end of the tour!

Seaside villages in Tuscany: Pietrasanta and Forte dei Marmi 

One of the most exclusive areas of the Tuscan Riviera is the Versilia area which includes the coast between Forte dei Marmi and Viareggio. Versilia is in fact recognized as an exclusive destination for travelers looking for a holiday that encompasses fun, nature, shopping and high-level food and wine proposals. Pearls of this area are undoubtedly the villages of Pietrasanta and Forte dei Marmi. Pietrasanta has a historic center of great interest with historic buildings, colorful houses, very picturesque alleys and squares where you can stroll or enjoy an outdoor lunch or dinner. Forte dei Marmi is instead located directly on the sea and it presents more exclusive locations, international brands’ boutiques and nightlife. Its tree-lined avenues and its relaxed mood make it a perfect destination to relax for a few days in the most iconic Italian summer atmosphere!  

Seaside villages in Tuscany: Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano 

Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano are two of the villages located on Monte Argentario: a rocky promontory that projects out into the sea and which holds some of the most beautiful panoramas in Tuscany! Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano occupy the two sides of the promontory and are characterized by colorful houses, small picturesque ports, narrow alleys and just outside the inhabited centers they hide coves and little beaches with blue water and dreamy views! 

Giglio Island 

The Isola del Giglio is one of the pearls of the Mediterranean and is perfect to be included as a place to relax after an on the road in a Ferrari in Tuscany. The island is quite small and offers wonderful views of seaside villages, Mediterranean vegetation, ancient lighthouses, tiny ports and small beaches with crystal clear water! 

Elba Island 

The Island of Elba, on the other hand, is a certainly larger island but it is also perfect to be included at the end of an on the road in Tuscany for a few days of relaxation! A winning idea to make a stay in Tuscany more diverse is for example to rent a boat with Real Luxury to be able to spend a few days among the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea and perhaps discover both the Island of Elba, with its marvelous coasts, and the Isola del Giglio ending the on the road in Tuscany with a few days of pure sea and Mediterranean vibes!

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