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San Vincenzo (Foto Agenzia per il Turismo Costa degli Etruschi) San Vincenzo
Wide beaches of fine, pale sand run down to a cobalt sea. Dense, shady pinewoods border the beach and are criss-crossed with trails for walking, hiking and horse riding.
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San Vincenzo combines natural beauty with the amenities of a welcoming, hospitable resort, making it an international tourist destination where relaxing holidays can be enjoyed all year round. San Vincenzo has been inhabited since very ancient times – later it became an Etruscan and then a Roman settlement.san vincenzo

Today, it is a modern, efficient town offering a wide variety of holiday accommodation and sports facilities, in addition to a well-equipped harbour for pleasure craft. It is internationally renowned for is restaurants, which offer dishes based on local products and for the excellent wines from the area.

The Rimigliano Nature Reserve with its varied and protected environment, the nearby medieval villages, the Etruscan remains at Baratti and Campiglia and the mineral spa at Venturina make San Vincenzo the ideal base for excursions along the Costa degli Etruschi.

 

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