The Etruscan Coast stretches for 90 km from Livorno to Follonica. It’s a diverse coastline, where you can find rocky stretches of cliffs and crystal-clear waters, hidden pebble coves away from prying eyes, and long sandy beaches—some wild, others equipped with all comforts.
The stretch of coast closest to Dolce Vita, between San Vincenzo and Riotorto, is part of the Natural Parks area of Val di Cornia. This ensures that all beach accesses, even for free beaches, have parking, restrooms, refreshment services, and, in many cases, access for people with disabilities.
The coastline’s layout allows for water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, and kite-surfing in different seasons, along with sailing and scuba diving.
The proximity to the island of Elba and the entire Tuscan Archipelago allows for day trips to explore the Cetacean Sanctuary.
For fishing enthusiasts, you can fish from the shore or join equipped boats for a fishing adventure.
View the map of the Val di Cornia Parks System.