It is one of the most famous regions of Italy and attracts visitors from all over the world. A treasure trove of historical and artistic relics, it has seen the birth and operation of some of the most important artists of the Renaissance and beyond.

Much of its territory is hilly, but it is also rich in vast fields, protected parks, waterfalls and vineyards.
Bathed to the north by the Ligurian Sea and to the south by the Tyrrhenian Sea, it boasts 230 kilometers of coastline and also seven spectacular islands of the Tuscan Archipelago containing Elba, Isola del GiglioMontecristo, Capraia, Pianosa, Giannutri and Gorgona, which offer many opportunities for those who love the sea.To the north of the Tuscan coast, Versilia, bordered by the Apuan Alps, offers wonderful views of the sea. To the South we meet the Etruscan coast, between Livorno and Piombino, with a clean, transparent sea and a rich history. To the south of the region lies the Maremma, famous for its seaside activities, trekking and Etruscan, Roman and medieval historical ruins.
The region is surrounded by the Apennine Mountains, but the hills are the true heart of Tuscany.

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