San Vincenzo is a municipality in the province of Livorno that merges natural beauty and hospitality, sea and countryside and leisure and history. This spot is perfect for vacationing year round: when it gets too cold for beautiful sandy beaches, you’ll find plenty of other exciting things to do. San Vincenzo's earliest settlements date to the Paleolithic era, probably due to the strategic location of nearby metalliferous hills and the Cecina and Cornia rivrs. The town’s location was ideal for the Etruscans, as archeological digs indicate settlements bustling with life. Its proximity to Populonia, the main Etruscan city, and the presence of minerals and large forests caused the development of an active mining industry (extraction and fusion). The settlement was further developed by the Romans before being taken by both Longobard and Pisan forces. Today, this modern and efficient town offers a wide range of activities and accommodations, not to mention delicious restaurants, well-equipped sports facilities, a beautiful harbor and spectacular natural life.
What to see in San Vincenzo and its surroundings: