Some interesting destinations are just half an hour far away by car from San Vincenzo:

Bolgheri is one of the capitals of the red world wines. Driving along the most famous tree-lined avenue described by Giosuè Carducci in its ode Davanti a San Guido (In front of San Guido), you arrive on the Bolgherese Street, where you can see in succession very interesting historical and religious building and wine farms, among the most famous in the world. Giosuè Carducci lived in Bolgheri with his devoted grandmother Lucia and his father.

Baratti and Populonia (Li) are Etruscan harbours with interestin archeological settlements. The necropolis and the iron- and coalway are absolutely to be visited.

Campiglia Marittima (Li) is a village like a picture postcard. Don’t let be mistaken by the name: it is located on a hill and in a medieval village, one the best kept of the first hinterland of the Etruscan coast.

Bibbona (Li) is an important place of Templar settlements evidenced by the numerous churches and the high medieval constructions with the evidences left by the Temple knights.

Here the nature is uncontaminated: kilometric pinewood facing on the dunes and on the beaches of fine sand. It is very well equipped with services and picnic areas. In this pinewood you find a dog’s beach, equipped for our four-footed friends.

Suvereto (Li) is an uncontaminated medieval village, officially defined as one of the most beautiful villages of Italy. It holds and keeps since many years the orange flag.

Massa Marittima (Gr) is another medieval village belonging to the special classification list of the most beautiful villages of Italy with the orange flag. You find here a plot of legends, history, art, wines and gastronomy and many museums. The village is the main entrance to the Accesa archeological park.