Park Albatros

San Vincenzo, Tuscany, Central Italy & Elba

Site code: IN022

Nearby

  • Pisa : 86km
  • Florence : 152km
  • Siena : 130km
  • Volterra : 66km
  • Cecina : 29km

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Populonia, Tuscany, Italy
Populonia Castle, Tuscany, Italy
Populonia sunset, Tuscany, Italy
Populonia yachts, Tuscany, Italy
San Vincenzo beach, Tuscany, Italy
San Vincenzo beach, Tuscany, Italy

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Days Out

Rome colossuem

City sightseeing

Park Albatros also has good access to Italy’s must-see cities of Florence, Rome, Pisa and Siena. Make sure you have lots of space on your camera!

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Castagneto Carducci

Castagneto Carducci is also well worth a visit, offering medieval treasures and wonderful countryside views, as is the town of San Vincenzo, just 8 km from the parc.

Populonia sunset

Baratti Bay

One of the most stunning sights you will see here is the sunset. Watching the sun go down at Baratti Bay will make your holiday unforgettable. From Baratti Bay you can explore medieval Etruscan towns such as Populonia or Massa Marittima.

Populonia

Populonia Archaeological Park

For an entertaining and educational day out, visit Populonia Archaeological Park in Piombino. It's part of ‘The Parks of Val di Cornia’, opened in 1998 for visitors to view some of the archaeological sites and remains found in the digs conducted in the area.

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Cavallino Matto

Enjoy some family fun at Cavallino Matto, the largest amusement park in Tuscany, situated about 18km from the parc. It has a good selection of roller coasters and activities for teenagers as well as more gentle rides for younger children.

Volterra

Volterra

Italy is rich in Roman history and you can see well preserved monuments and explore the history in Volterra, which is close to Park Albatros.

Elba

Elba

Italy has lots of beautiful sights and to make the most of the area why not catch a ferry from Piombino to the island of Elba where you can take a dip in the perfect sea and relax on the beach, or enjoy the thermal spas of Venturina, just like the Roman army did 2,000 years ago?

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