Many of the best routes for hiking in the Val di Cecina develop right along the course of local streams.
There are two dog beaches in Cecina: Gorette and Fosso Nuovo, located north and south of the city respectively.
The Tuscan Archipelago includes seven islands scattered along the coast between Livorno and Monte Argentario: Elba, Capraia, Gorgona, Pianosa, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri.
The thermal baths of Sassetta and Venturina allow you to relax in the middle of nature, regenerate body, mind and spirit.
The town lends itself particularly well to cycling as, despite being very busy, does not know heavy traffic even in the vicinity of the historic center.
Between the historical center of Cecina and its long sandy beach there is a wonderful Mediterranean pine forest.
The Wine Route of the Etruscan Coast is an enogastronomic route that develops in the Livorno countryside.
In the ’90s, in an area between the promontory of Piombino and the Gulf of Baratti, numerous tombs and ancient remains of the Etruscan people were rediscovered.
Sailing enthusiasts can experience the thrill of mini-cruises in the Tyrrhenian Sea also towards the French island of Corsica.
The Parco Gallorose is a wildlife center that is home to over 150 animal species from all over the world.
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