The province of Livorno (Italian: provincia di Livorno) is a province in the Tuscany region of Italy. It includes several islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, including Elba and Capraia. Its capital is the city of Livorno. The province was formed in 1925 with land from the provinces of Pisa and Genoa. It has an area of 1,211 square kilometres (468 sq mi) and a total population of 343,003 (2012). There are 19 comuni (singular: comune) in the province. The coastline of the area is known as "Costa degli Etruschi" (Etruscan Coast).
Restaurants in Province of Livorno
5 based on 384 reviews
Boat tours around the coast of Elba Island with the motorboat Mickey Mouse, starts from the port of Marina di Campo.
5 based on 96 reviews
We are a family run artisanal winery estate in beautiful Bolgheri on the Tuscan coast offering guided tours with tasting of our red, white and rose' Bolgheri DOC wines. They are elegant terroir wines highly rated by critics (Robert Parker, Wine Spectator, Decanter, Veronelli, etc) and by consumers all over the world. By appointment only so we can dedicate to you our full attention during your visit.
The Owner-Franco is incredibly knowledgeable about wine making, and the global and regional history of wine making. Our conversation was rich with information. He showed us around his property and the wine making and bottling process. We then went up to his veranda and sat and spoke and drank his wine for over an hour. As one reviewer commented "time flew by".
Franco was a wonderful host. This wasn't one of those "tours" in which the guide points things out and then you sit at a counter and taste 5 wines. Franco sat with us at his table and shared with us. Memorable.
4.5 based on 431 reviews
Large duomo in the form of a basilica with an apse and two aisles. The 13th century bell tower is an original but there is a 19th century extension at the top.
The interior is quite large and some what stark - not so much beautiful as interesting. There are a number of partial frescoes painted from the 12th to the 15th century. There is a Roman sarcophagus dating from the 4th century, an enormous baptismal font from the 13th century and several paintings and a couple of stained glass windows. The ark of Saint Cerbonius, dating from the 14th century is behind the alter.
Entrance is free and it is worth a visit if in town.
4.5 based on 497 reviews
We found this place as we were passing through And the whole town come down to the Piazza late in the afternoon to watch the sun set. There's a little pizza restaurant and there was an art exhibit on display whilst we were there. Public toilets are a struggle to find but the view is sensational, especially at and just after sunset.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
As all of the Beaches in this part, it is really beautiful with white stones and turquoise water. Although it is quite a long walk to reach it, the beach is crowded. If you wish to have a little bit more privacy, continue to beach on west side. You can reach it by walking around rocks in the water (not deep, cca 60 cm).
4.5 based on 161 reviews
This delightful little restaurant is an easy walkable distance into the old town. We enjoyed the "Pici" pasta -- a local favorite along with a spinach lasagna-type dish. Wonderful atmosphere and food.
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Niente stupidi divieti come l'obbligo di tenerlo legato all'ombrellone o quello di fare il bagno solo in certe ore e in un numero massimo di cani. La Nostra spiaggia per cani è differente è unica. Per tutti i 300 mt lineari che ci competono il tuo cane potrà fare il bagno quando vuole e potrai lasciarlo libero a tua discrezione. Tutta la spiaggia è organizzata e strutturata per soddisfare le esigenze dei nostri amati cani. Una volta arrivato potrai scegliere se sostare nella parte libera o nella parte riservata a chi noleggia gli ombrelloni(in questo caso ti consigliamo di prenotare).L'ingresso per il cane o per i tuoi cani è sempre gratuito, in più offriamo un servizio bar, un'area d'ombra, l'acqua per fare bere il tuo cane e molto altro che troverai dettagliati nella sezione SERVIZI del nostro sito.
This is a beautiful golden sand beach stretching for quite a long way.
Very unspoiled, with just a few amenities like a small bar and a small shop and toilets.
It also has drinking places and showers for Dogs
With lovely views over to the island of Elba and in the far distance Corsica.
A very peaceful place.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
This was our second visit to Suvereto - we took my parents on this trip as we wanted them to see old Italy.
The place did not let us down and they were taken with the charm that oozes out of Suvereto. They loved the narrow streets, the traditional shops and the friendliness of the place. All the things that had made us want to come back.
Plenty of cafe's, enteca's or Osteria's for the thirsty & hungry to choose from.
The views from the upper parts of the town are amazing.
This really is worth a visit.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
If you manage to navigate the 6km dirt track from Capoliveri to the mine then this is a fantastic tour of a disused mine on Elba that remains a strategic asset for the Italian state government. It's worth remembering that there are only certain times during the day that tours leave the main visitor centre, which are listed on the website. We weren't aware of that so we brought some tickets for the next tour and were recommended a place to go an eat lunch while we waited.
When it's the time of your tour, you leave in convoy behind a guide bus from the visitor centre down to the mine (if you don't have a car you travel in the bus). It's about a 10 minute drive down to the mine where you're given audio-guides and hard hats. Our tour guide spoke English pretty well and there were only about 6 of us in the tour compared to around 20 in the Italian one. We were led down into the mine mixing our tour guide with audio-guide. Going down into the depths of the earth and seeing the mine was an amazing experience and would highly recommend this tour.
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