Rimigliano Beach

Rimigliano Beach belongs to the Rimigliano Coastal Park, south of San Vincenzo, a nature reserve offering crystal clear water, sand dunes and a rich variety of flora and fauna.

The beach is accessible from the main road ‘La Principessa’ by footpaths through the Mediterranean vegetation. It is a popular spot but remains generally less crowded.

The ideal place to relax, take a walk in the shady paths, enjoy the sea and nature.

The Beach of Baratti

Baratti Beach is located in the natural Gulf of Baratti in the northern part of the promontory of Piombino. This beach is famous for the crystal clear waters and its fascinating natural surraundings. The sand, mixed with the remnants of ancient Etruscan’s ironwork, takes on a brilliant black color in some parts.

The beach is mainly free but there are some bathing establishments with umbrellas and sunbeds, restaurants and bars.

The Gulf of Baratti is a popular tourist destination both for its natural beauty (snorkeling is recomended) and for its rich history; in fact, the gulf is home to an important archaeological park and, high up on the promontory, the Etruscan village of Populonia with its walls, castle and a stunning view of the islands.

Sterpaia Beach

Sterpaia Beach belongs to Sterpaia Coastal Park, a nature reserve that is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, stretching south of the promontory of Piombino.

The fine golden sand, dunes ,lush vegetation and shallow waters make it ideal for families with children. The beach is also popular for water sports, such as windsurfing and kitesurfing. Bathing establishments, bars and restaurants are located along the beach. The surrounding nature reserve offers walking and biking trails.

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