Nature in Tuscany; dazzlingly beautiful
Besides the long coastline, it is the hinterland that makes Tuscany popular with so many people. The region has a diverse landscape. While staying at a campsite in Tuscany you are among sloping hills with vineyards, fields of lavender, large bright yellow sunflower fields, olive groves, golden grasslands and long rows of cypress trees that line the winding roads. The nature warmly invites you to discover them. And during your walk, don't be surprised if you stand face to face with deer, herons, foxes or porcupines. Hiking, cycling, mountain climbing, fishing, swimming; all of these await you during your camping holiday in Tuscany.
Heading out from your campsite in Tuscany
From your campsite in Tuscany you can have lots of fun, and make interesting and active trips. You can visit the the national park Parco Naturale della Maremma, which borders the sea. Also the beautiful town of Sovana, which lies on a stone plateau and is surrounded by deciduous forests, is highly recommended. Children find the large water park Acqua Village Cecina Mare totally awesome and, for the little ones, the Pinocchio Park in Pistoia is a great experience. Explore the pre-historcal parc, Parco Preistorico, near Pisa and in Florence there's a nice playground. So children will also find a camping holiday in Tuscany is an excellent choice.
Cities with allure in Tuscany
Italy is known for its beautiful historic cities. When you stay at a campsite in Tuscany, a visit to any of these cities should not be missed. Florence for example, the city of medieval architecture and art, is like a big open air museum. Beautiful palaces, churches and museums await you. The world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa and pretty Siena with its famous horse races on the square are also fun, interesting and charming attractions during your camping holiday in Tuscany.
The versatility of Tuscany
From your campsite in Tuscany you can go everywhere. Besides the wonderful countryside and beautiful towns, the small medieval villages such as Volterra and Cortona are worth the effort. These villages are often built on a hill so invite you for a nice walk to the top. Walk alongside the coloured houses and through the narrow streets, enjoying the beautiful views in between. Of course you can also relax in the vicinity of your campsite in Tuscany on the popular beautiful sandy beaches and at the pleasant beach pavilions along the shoreline.
During a camping holiday in Tuscany you will simply not have enough time.