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Camping Barco Reale

Just forty minutes from Florence and an hour from Pisa, this site is beautifully situated high in the Tuscan hills close to the fascinating town...

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Camping le Pianacce

In a quiet situation in the Tuscan hills, six kilometres from the sea at Donoratico, this high quality site has a busy and attractive medium...

Camping Norcenni Girasole Village

The Norcenni Girasole Club is a brilliant, busy and well run resort style site in a picturesque, secluded location with great views of Tuscan landscapes...

Camping Casa dei Prati

Casa dei Prati is a small family site on the southern side of the island of Elba, the largest in the Tuscan archipelago. The site...

Camping le Soline

Le Soline is a country hillside site with wonderful views of the beautiful Tuscan landscape from its steep slopes and a very pleasant atmosphere. Just...

Camping Village Panoramico Fiesole

Camping Village Panoramico Fiesole is a mature but pleasant site in a superb hilltop situation offering wonderful views over Florence. The 120 pitches, all with...

Vallicella Glamping Resort

Cleverly set into two sides of a valley like an amphitheatre, some of the pitches here have glorious views over Tuscany to the sea and...

Camping Village Mugello Verde

Mugello Verde is a country, hillside site with 100 good sized pitches for motorhomes and caravans and smaller pitches for tents. All have 6A electricity...

Camping Boschetto di Piemma

The medieval Manhattan of San Gimignano is one of Tuscany’s most popular sites and this new campsite lies just 2 km from the town. There...

Camping Village Il Fontino

The name means Little Fountain as springs provide all the drinking water here. The Maurizio family have worked hard to provide a most pleasant site...

Camping Village International Saint Michael

Camping Saint Michael is a pleasant, family owned site and is quietly situated close to the Migliarino National Park and around 600 m. from a...

Camping le Capanne

Marina di Bibbona is a relatively little known resort situated a little to the south of Livorno and close to the better-known resort of Cecina...

La Valle Agricampeggio

La Valle is welcoming family-run campsite, conveniently located between Pisa and Lucca in San Giuliano Terme. This small terraced campsite has 21 marked out, hard-standing...

Parco delle Piscine

Sarteano is an ancient spa town and this large, smart site utilises that spa in its very open environs. This site is well run with...

Camping Village Rocchette

Camping Village Rocchette can be found at the heart of the Maremma woods, 6 km. to the north of Castiglione della Pescaia. This well-maintained site...

Camping Maremma Sans Souci

Camping Maremma Sans Souci is a delightful seaside site which has been open since 1965 and sits in natural woodland on the coast road between...

Camping Panorama del Chianti

Formerly named Toscana Colliverdi, Camping Panorama del Chianti has undergone some development. A small country hillside site in Tuscany, it has space for 61 large...

Camping Le Sorgenti

Camping Le Sorgenti is surrounded by countryside and is just a few steps from the village of Palazzuolo Sul Senio in the heart of the...

Montescudaio Village

This well developed site, south of Livorno, is fashioned out of a very extensive area of natural undulating woodland (with low trees) famous for wild...

Camping Campo dei Fiori

Located some 35 kilometres south of Livorno and close to the Tuscany coast, this tranquil campsite offers both touring pitches and chalets to rent. The...


Tuscany probably represents the most commonly perceived image of Italy, with its classic rolling green countryside, lush vineyards and olive groves with a backdrop of medieval hilltowns and historical cities, where Renaissance art and churches abound.


One of the most beautiful cities in Italy, much of Florence was rebuilt during the Renaissance, although there are parts which still retain a distinctly medieval feel. The city boasts a wealth of historical and cultural sights, including the Cathedral, the Baptistry, the Campanile, and the church of Santa Croce, to name but a few. It is also home to the Uffizi Gallery, which holds Italy’s greatest art collection. Siena is another popular draw. At the heart of the city is the Piazza del Campo, one of the loveliest Italian squares, which plays host to the famous Palio, a bareback horse race which takes place twice a year in summer. Overlooking the piazza is the Gothic town hall of Palazzo Pubblico and bell tower, which is the second highest medieval tower ever built in Italy.

Elsewhere in Tuscany, medieval San Gimignano is famed for its thirteen towers, built during the 12th and 13th centuries, which dominate the landscape. Lucca’s old town is set inside a ring of Renaissance walls fronted by gardens. Another medieval hill town, Monteriggioni also has beautifully preserved walls, while Volterra is dramatically sited on a high plateau, which offers fine views over the hills. And Pisa with its famous leaning tower needs no introduction.

Tuscany comprises of the following regions: Arezzo, Florence, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena.


Places of interest


Alpi Apuan Nature Park: Protected area with hiking trails through wooded valleys.

Arezzo: 13th-century San Francesco church houses famous frescoes by Piero della Francesca.

Bagni di Lucca: Spa town.

Cortono: Oldest hilltown in Tuscany with maze of old streets and medieval buildings.

Elba: Largest island off Tuscan coast with white sandy beaches and woodlands, good for walking.

Fiesole: Idyllic hilltop town offering superb views of Florence.

Viareggio: Coastal town boasting Art Nouveau architecture.

Vinci: Birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci, with a museum celebrating his works.


Cuisine of the region

Soups are very popular, particularly ribollita (stew of vegetables, beans and chunks of bread) and the best place to try cacciucco (spiced fish and seafood soup) is in Livorno, the town of its birth. Meat is often grilled and kept plain. Local cheeses include pecorino, made with sheep’s milk, and marzolino from the Chianti region, which is also renowned for producing some of the best wines in Italy. Tuscan desserts include panforte (a dense cake full of nuts and fruit) and cantuccini (hard almond-flavoured biscuits), which are often served together with Vinsato, a traditional dessert wine.

Bistecca alla Fiorentina: Rare chargrilled steak.

Pollo alla diavola: Marinated chicken, grilled with herbs.

Scottiglia di Cinghiale: Wild boar chops.

Torta di Riso: Rice cake with fruit.