Spring is the best time of year to enjoy the splendors of Tuscany, with its forests, mountains, and villas nestled in elegant gardens. Not to mention those trails and roads that take us back in time, perfect for hiking and getting away from the bustle and noise of the city. And then there’s the sea…
While we wait for a spring in which we have total freedom of movement and traveling returns to being the everyday norm, let’s close our eyes, take a deep breath and…imagine we’re traveling…
Tuscany is the most famous region in the world, a mix between charming landscapes and culinary delicacies, a land with some of the most famous cities of art, like the sumptuous Florence or Pisa, former Maritime Republic. A place in which you’ll also find veritable natural monuments, like Mount Amiata or the Saturnia hot springs.
Places in nature are high in demand, like the landscapes, farmhouses, and trails that make Tuscany the perfect place to getaway from the stress of our daily routine and try to forget, albeit for a brief moment, the frenetic pace of modern life while restoring an ideal balance.
As we were mentioning, in Tuscany you can take a deep breath and inhale the pleasant air of the sea breeze, as a way of greeting the “nice season”. Castiglioncello is a place worth discovering: a small village in the province of Livorno known for the beauty of its coastline overlooking the blue sea, which unfolds in coves and beaches where you can rest and rejuvenate.
An alternative is Capalbio, a town nestled in the Tuscan Maremma, where you can choose to relax on the seashore or in the medieval village, to then continue your trip in the direction of the Tarot Garden, a magical place created by artist Niki de Saint Phalle, with its cyclopic sculptures about 15 meters tall dedicated to tarot symbols. A world between fantasy and reality, with mirror mosaics, ceramics, and glass sculptures.
A good Tuscany to all!