Porto Ercole - Toscana

Tuscany is a historical treasure trove unrivalled in the world. The thick network of “Strade del Gusto” distributed throughout the province, as well as masterpieces of high international appeal, make this one of the most popular regions among Italians and foreigners, providing exceptional artistic, gastronomic, and wine inspirations. The sea boasts the presence of the Tuscan archipelago’s seven jewel islands (Elba, Isola del Giglio, Montecristo, Capraia, Pianosa, Giannutri, and Gorgona), as well as the beaches of Maremma, the Apuan Riviera, and Argentario.   In Mugello, Versilia, Vallombrosa, the Apennines, and the Apuan Alps, nature explodes luxuriantly, softly transforming in the calm sceneries of the hills where Chianti is created. The Pisan hills, Val di Sieve, Val di Cecina, Val d’Orcia, Val di Chiana, the Orbetello lagoon, and other green oases should not be overlooked. Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, and its medieval core, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, would be sufficient to recapitulate the country’s history.