Vada has a white beach some five kilometres long, with the finest white sand and a crystal-blue sea. Ideal for the whole family, free beaches sit side by side with bathing resorts, where you can rent parasols and deckchairs.
Marina di Bibbona, Marina di Cecina, Marina di Castagneto and San Vincenzo are also well-suited to children of any age, and to those who love watersports. Costumes, masks and flippers are available for a refreshing dive below the surface, while surfing, windsurfing, sailing and stand-up paddle races take place. There is also the omnipresent pinewood for a pleasant walk in the shade. At Marina di Cecina, meanwhile, you find the Tomboli di Cecina Nature Reserve: a 15 kilometre-long stretch of some of Italy's most beautiful woodland, extending inland from the sea, where numerous trails on foot, bicycle or horseback are on offer.
Continuing south to the Sterpaia Natural Park, in the area around Piombino, you will find beaches in a natural oasis of nearly 300 hectares among dunes and woods, perfect for a relaxing holiday close to nature.