Tuscany with its wonderful seacoast, with its “butteri” on horseback over the plains right to the sea of the Etruscans. This is where the sea in Tuscany is the most beautiful, where the shepherds cross the pastures adjacent to the beaches themselves. It is the Etruscan Sea. This is the coast where the Bolgheri cypresses stretch. The Populonia necropolis, the only town in Etruscany founded by the sea, looks out to the bay of Baratti. Located further south, Punta Ala and Castiglione della Pecaia are the mooring places of the most elegant boats on the Tyrrhenian Sea, with many hidden beaches. Even further south, along the Ombrone River between the Marina di Alberese and the Talamone rocks, there is the Parco dell'Uccellina, where only forests, dunes and sand stretch for miles. The 'Monte Argentario' foothills extend towards the open sea as if they were trying to reach the islands of 'Isola del Giglio' and 'Isola di Giannutri'. Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano are dream destinations. The Capalbio landscape can be described as a natural balcony facing the coastal lakes of Burano and a place of refuge for migratory birds. Even further away, on the other side of the border of Tuscany, you can discover areas of unspoiled nature and art. Circeo Foreland, medieval Sperling roads and Gaeta beaches.
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