Cinque Terre in Tuscany?

One of the most common searches on Google is "Cinque Terre Tuscany". Of course we appreciate when people look forĀ  Tuscany but it's also important to give our readers the right information and I am sorry if I will hurt somebody's feelings but...

Cinque Terre is not in Tuscany!

This confusion probably comes from some advertisements that sell together Cinque Terre and Tuscany as if they were the same thing. The truth is Cinque Terre is in Liguria. Cinque Terre is close to Tuscany, but it's not in Tuscany. Read more in this post about the common mistakes about Tuscany.

Visiting the seaside in Tuscany

Tuscany offers dozens of great places to visit by the sea. Here are some suggestions (click on the name to learn more): Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi Pier [Photo Credits: Giuseppe Moscato]
Forte dei Marmi Pier [Photo Credits: Giuseppe Moscato]
Viareggio
Viareggio and Lido di Camaiore seen from the terrace of the Hotel Principe di Piemonte [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
Viareggio and Lido di Camaiore seen from the terrace of the Hotel Principe di Piemonte [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
Castiglioncello
Castiglioncello [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
Castiglioncello [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
San Vincenzo
San Vincenzo seen by the sea [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
San Vincenzo seen by the sea [Photo Credits: Serena Puosi]
Follonica
Follonica beach [Photo Credits: Geekr]
Follonica beach [Photo Credits: Geekr]
Elba Island
[Photo Credits: Ivo Riccio Edit: Lara Musa - Tuscany Social Media Team]
[Photo Credits: Ivo Riccio Edit: Lara Musa - Tuscany Social Media Team]
Top 5 seaside towns in Tuscany that are worth a visit all year round