Piombino, the ancient port of Falesia, is a multi-faceted town that includes in its territory places and sites of interest.
Piazza Bovio is a natural terrace offering a stunning view over the sea, and the old port is the perfect place to observe the frenetic fishing activity of everyday.
Paved streets are lined with restaurants, wine bars and taverns where you can indulge in the wild game and the local wines. This region is rich in culinary offerings, including baccalà and potatoes, the fish stew - caciucco, cuttlefish, and stewed or stuffed mussels.
A stroll through the "Little Paris" - whose name refers back to the rule of Elisa Bonaparte - takes you past with its historic buildings that highlight the importance of Piombino in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. These include the Rivellino, the Palazzo Nuovo, and the 16th century castle built by Cesare Borgia to defend the city.