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Tuscan coast holiday homes offer the best of all worlds

A holiday home in the heart of Central Italy will give you a pretty clear idea why much of Europe and the rest of the world is jealous of Tuscany's countless attractions. Whether natural beauty or culture, sun and sand, or wine and walks, you can find a holiday apartment on the Tuscan coast that you may never want to leave.

Beach holiday homes off the beaten track

In the height of summer, when the Tuscan coast and most of Italy is at its best, it can be hard to avoid the swarms of holiday-makers. However, one fail-safe way to do so is by booking a holiday apartment at one of the Tuscan coast's lesser known, but no less beautiful, beaches and coastal towns. Put you and your family between Tuscany's rolling hills and the turquoise waters of the ocean at Marina di Bibbona, a quiet seaside spot where sandy beaches stretch out in each direction. Or get to know the locals at a quaint coastal town like Marina di Ceccina where cosy shops and cafes provide everything you could need while on holiday, and a long, flat beach and peaceful estuary offer endless swimming and water sport opportunities.

Flip through a history book while dipping into the water

Beautiful beaches are enough of a reason to book a holiday apartment on the Tuscan coast in themselves, but the endless cultural and historical attractions around make it all the sweeter. A holiday home slightly away from the beach will put you in a great spot for exploring Tuscany's famous vineyards and olive groves. Culture buffs can head to the province of Lucca to witness the artistic beauty of this eponymous town. In the sleepy villages of its surrounding region, you can get authentic glimpses of Italian life as well as visit amazing historical sites, like Roman ruins and medieval castles.