Top 10 Things to do in San Vincenzo, Italy

March 28, 2018 Terina Blouin

Discover the best top things to do in San Vincenzo, Italy including Dog Beach, Il Parco Archeominerario di San Silvestro, Calidario Terme Etrusche, Bagno Baratti, Batzella Winery, Buca delle Fate, Cavallino Matto, Terme di Sassetta, Parco di Rimigliano, Baratti and Populonia Archeological Park.
Restaurants in San Vincenzo

1. Dog Beach

Via della Principessa, San Vincenzo, Italy +39 0565 193 0363
Excellent
64%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 649 reviews

Dog Beach

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.

Reviewed By Gerard O - Weymouth

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.

2. Il Parco Archeominerario di San Silvestro

Via di San Vincenzo 34/b, 57021 Campiglia Marittima, Italy +39 0565 226445
Excellent
48%
Good
41%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
1%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 381 reviews

Il Parco Archeominerario di San Silvestro

Reviewed By Peter R - New York City, New York

The archaeological park at San Silvestro is definitely worthwhile; the visit consists of three parts, 1) a walk through a closed mine dating from the Etruscan era, which was utilized up until the 1970's (they have English audio guides); 2) a train ride ("train" meaning a 2 mph drive) through same mine, showing various techniques used during the Etruscan, Medieval and modern eras, and 3) a walk up to the remains of the hilltop town of San Silvestro that was occupied from the 10th - 13th centuries where residents used the ore to from the mines to make coins for Pisa and Lucca. This is the gem of the park; it's a steep up/down walk to the remains. Visitors walk through the remains; decent signage in English, and just an amazing view of the past. The mine(s) portion is better for kids, so skip those if you don't care for it. But definitely go to San Silvestro itself.

3. Calidario Terme Etrusche

Via di Caldana 6, 57021 Venturina Terme, Italy +39 0565 853411
Excellent
43%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
6%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 689 reviews

Calidario Terme Etrusche

The main attraction of Calidario Terme Etrusche Resort & SPA is the historical natural spring: with its 3000 square meters of water is one of the largest natural thermal lakes in Europe, where you can swim directly where the mineral water is born and is constantly regenerated. Its temperature is subject to variations as it depends on the amount of rainfall.

Reviewed By Fiona B

We were taken here by Italian friends so hadn't looked it up or had any prior knowledge. We were just told to bring swimwear and robes. Very large (public?) car park nearby. Lots of lockers that need a Euro to keep your things safe. Couldn't see a family changing cubicle but in child friendly Italy I'm sure there is such a thing, but didn't want to seem to inquisitive in a changing area! There were several treatment areas but we had only purchased entrance to the baths. We found lots of chairs to use around the baths, either director or deckchairs variety. Once in the baths are wonderful, the water was so clear and so warm. There is an area of water roped off to make you aware it is very deep beyond. The rest of the area is very safe for families. The whole is surrounded by lush greenery. There is a sweet little chapel on the grounds surrounded by beautiful rose bushes and the whole area is very peaceful. Good showers and strong hairdryer. We hadn't booked to eat at the restaurant but after a short wait our group of eight were seated.

4. Bagno Baratti

Via Golfo di Baratti, Baratti, Piombino, Italy
Excellent
58%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 88 reviews

Bagno Baratti

Reviewed By Sarah E - Greater London, United Kingdom

Great little beach bar. Fresh salads, tasty paninos (though the crusty bread was very crusty) as well as good cocktails. It became a firm regular of ours and though it's always busy, the waiting time was never too long. It has a great vibe and is the perfect spot for sunset - kids welcome too, bonus:)

5. Batzella Winery

Localita Badia 227 | Frazione Donoratico, 57022, Castagneto Carducci, Italy +39 339 397 5888
Excellent
90%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 96 reviews

Batzella Winery

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.

Reviewed By PattyDinero - Rye, New York

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.
Grazie!!!

6. Buca delle Fate

30 minuti di sentiero dal parcheggio in località Reciso, Populonia, Piombino, Italy +39 0573 178 1337
Excellent
69%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 161 reviews

Buca delle Fate

Reviewed By AlaskansinOR - Ashland, Oregon

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.

7. Cavallino Matto

Via Po' 1 | A 500 metri dall'uscita della Variante Aurelia, 57022 Marina di Castagneto Carducci, Castagneto Carducci, Italy +39 0565 745720
Excellent
36%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 1 reviews

Cavallino Matto

Cavallino Matto is the amusement park of Tuscany. It’s situated in a landscape context of great natural beauty immersed in the beautiful pinewood of Marina di Castagneto Carducci, It’s at 500 mt. from the coast awarded for twenty years with the Blue Flag of Europe. The park has many and important attractions (over 30) located in an area of 70000 square meters including the colorful little train, the roller coaster for adults and children and the Shocking Tower, 50 mt of pure adrenaline from which you can admire the beautiful Tyrrhenian coast.Moreover, inside the park you can find aquatic rides and big structures for the shows like Cinema 4D Movie Stars Theatre and the Grande Pala Verde which can contains 600 people. The Parks has an important didactic area for (the) schools. The project “Green Park Experience” aims to bring (the) kids to discover the unspoiled nature where the park is located. Through a nature trail a tutor offers the chance to know the flora and fauna typical of the Mediterranean wood. Following the motto “Learning has never been so funny” the students will engage themselves in workshops of environmental education about the value of reusing waste and how transform cans and bottles in colorful and fun characters. The students can also learn a draft road safety education, through a path with road signs on board of mini-cars and with the help of a policeman directing the traffic!

Reviewed By nata28k - Lviv, Ukraine

If you adore adventure park but do not have an opportunity to go to the Gardland or Mirabillandia then Cavallino Matto is the right place for you. The entrance costs 24 Euro and all attractions are included. The only thing you need to check wether the attraction is not only for children accompanied by adults (there are several of such). Here you can find many restaurants and cafes to have a dinner or a dessert (ice cream, granita, frape, bubble tea and lot of other stuff). You can take a train to Castagnetto Carduccio - Donoratico and then a "trenino" ( 1 Euro - one way) or the bus from the square 2 minutes from train station in order to arrive a Cavallino Matto (the bus stop is called "Farmacia - Cavallino Matto). So it is easy to arrive and to enjoy all attractions. Be careful with "Jukatan" - it turns in 3 dimentions so some people feel sick after it.

8. Terme di Sassetta

Via Campagna Sud 143, 57020 Sassetta, Italy +39 0565 794352
Excellent
47%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
3%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 401 reviews

Terme di Sassetta

The thermal water of Sassetta Springs, reach of sulphates, calcium, precious minerals and micronutrients, flows at the constant temperature of 49,6°C by the source “Cerreta”, with a medium flow of about 200 lt/min.It is defined Saliferous-Sulfate-Calciferous-Boiling Spring Water.The most important therapeutic effects for respiratory system, skin and osteo-muscolar system are due by the particular concentration of all these elements.

Reviewed By Snorkeller02 - British living in Oman

My friend and I chose to spend a day at the spa. It is about 4 km outside Salsetta on an organic farm. The spa is 2 years old. We chose to stay half a day and stayed from 10 til 2 and then had a massage in the outdoor cabana. The pools vary in temperature and have bubbles in them.

9. Parco di Rimigliano

Via della Principessa, San Vincenzo, Italy
Excellent
52%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 464 reviews

Parco di Rimigliano

Reviewed By Stevee17 - Walthamstow London

We stayed at Park Albatros opposite the beach is about a ten minute walk from site. It does get busy later in day however enjoyable morning swims here often. It does shelve quite deeply particularly deep for youngsters, clean, uncommercialised. The beach is much shallower further south. There is a naturist beach also, so be prepared, it is signposted.

10. Baratti and Populonia Archeological Park

Localita Populonia Alta 1, 57025, Piombino, Italy +39 0565 226445
Excellent
61%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 467 reviews

Baratti and Populonia Archeological Park

Reviewed By BTS1972 - Munich, Germany

Driving there took over 90 minutes oneway on medium quality roads. Once we arrived, we were quite disappointed. While there are several sites combined, we mainly came for the Etruscan graves, of which there is few left. I recommend to better visit Cerverteri, which offers graves of the same style, but more and better. Or go to Tarquinia for late period graves with fine paintings. The major difference of this site is that is said to be the only seaside city of the Etruscian. Concerning the graves that is not important.

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