Its charm lies in its unique landscapes, in the unique atmosphere pervading its green hills, covered in an immense mosaic of vineyards and olive trees.
Typical Tuscan farmhouses and picturesque little churches are scattered here and there among the hills.
Those who can’t resist charming Tuscan scenery and are lovers of the outdoors will enjoy an extensive network of trails that boasts breathtaking landscapes.
Those who prefer a holiday on the beach rather than a holiday in an art town will find fantastic beaches on the peninsular coast.
Tuscan food tradition is deep-rooted and cherished; there are at least four dishes that you must try before leaving – or you’ll have bitter regrets! -, pappa al pomodoro (a thick soup prepared with stale bread and fresh tomatoes), bistecca alla fiorentina (T-bone traditionally sourced from either the Chianina or Maremmana breeds of cattle), panino con lampredotto (made from a cow’s fourth stomach – the abomasum – lampredotto is slowly simmered with tomato, onion and celery), and cacciucco (hearty stew consisting of several different types of fish and shellfish).