TUSCANY AND THE WINE DISTRICT
Tuscany is perhaps one of the most famous Italian regions, both for Florence, for the Etruscan archaeological sites scattered among its magnificent hills, as well as the culinary tradition linked to the production of wine and olive oil.
In Tuscany the Appenines mountain coexists with a coast washed by a blue sea, clear and wild beaches like the ones of the Maremma.
You will find parks and natural reserves to go fishing or horseback riding, medieval villages famous all over the World for the production of wine, from Montepulciano to Montalcino and San Giminiano, that can be visited while travelling on one of the famous and magical wine routes.
But Tuscany is also the home of olive oil, its silver-colored olive trees that stand out on the smooth hills will capture your heart… Siena awaits you for a dinner in one of the contrada before the Palio.
The mild, sunny climate will take you on a boat ride to visit the islands of Giglio, Giannutri and the largest island of Elba or the natural reserve of Monte Cristo.
The ancient village of Pitigliano entirely carved out from tuff will take your breath away. You will love shopping in the exclusive Forte dei Marmi. Most certainly you will stop for an aperitivo in Capalbio or Punta Ala, known for the mundane jet set that makes them favorite destinations for politicians, entrepreneurs and actors.
In Tuscany you can breathe culture and in its trattorias you can taste typical dishes such as olive oil and tomato bruschetta, grilled meat, ricotta tortellini, ham with a knife and cinghiale. You will never want to go back.
- Dolce Vita
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