A quarter of an hour’s drive away is Castiglioncello, Quercianella and Rosignano. All beaches awarded with the “blue flag”. Castiglioncello is a village crouched on the tip of a promontory that enjoys wonderful views. The most fascinating glimpse of the sea is certainly the Bay of Quercetano, but also the center of the town is worth visiting (do not miss the castle Pasquini and the watchtower dating back to the seventeenth century). It was the favorite holiday spot by Marcello Mastroianni and Alberto Sordi in the sixties and the set of the film “The overtaking”.
Rignano, is instead famous for its famous white beaches and is a very popular destination for surfers and kites-surfers. . Like Rosignano also the nearby Vada is beaten by sportsmen who love the combination of waves and wind. The white sand and the blue sky water then, offer evocative landscapes even if “artificial”.
In just twenty-five minutes then you get to Cecina, also a blue flag. Cecina is a seaside resort known and very popular with tourists from all over Italy and not only, foreigners also love it. Here we also find two beaches accessible to families with four legs in tow, one in Le Gorette and the other on the border with Bibbona.