Tirrenia is situated in the center of the Tuscan coast between Pisa and Livorno, more accurately between Marina di Pisa and Calambrone. It is a destination for Italian and European seaside tourism founded in the Thirties of the twentieth century.
Until that moment, Tirrenia was a marshy area, which was revitalized to make it the "Pearl of the Mediterranean" (or also called "Pearl of the Tyrrhenian") and the capital of Italian cinema during the fascism.
The sandy beaches are the main attraction of the place, combined with some pubs and clubs quite renowned in the area. There are both free and equipped beaches.