La Casina di Parrana Bed & Breakfast, due to its proximity to the sea and the art cities, is a convenient starting point for a stay full of opportunities and emotions.
Guests can choose from unforgettable archaeological tours and visits to monuments and artworks of exceptional historical importance; the art cities of Pisa, Lucca, Florence, Siena, Volterra and San Gimignano are also within easy reach.
San Gimignano: the town famous for its numerous towers, just a few kilometres from Siena.
Volterra: the historic town founded by the Romans, famous for its alabaster production and artefacts.
Siena: a beautiful little city in the Tuscan hinterland, famous for its Palio and medieval beauty.
Pisa: a city built on the remains of Etruscan and Roman settlements, known for Piazza dei Miracoli and its famous leaning tower.
Florence: the cradle of the Renaissance. Piazzale Michelangelo, Santa Maria del Fiore, Santa Croce, Santo Spirito and the Uffizi Gallery are just some of the places to visit.
Lucca: famous for its walls and also known as the city of the 99 churches, it has numerous works of art. Piazza Anfiteatro, Torre Guinigi and the Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto are the city’s main symbols.
Castiglioncello: a place with a wealth of history and already a popular tourist destination during Roman times, giving rise to the magnificent villas along the coastline.
Bolgheri: a village that has always been associated with the famous poet Carducci, who moved here in 1839, when he was only four years old; it is also famous for its wines.
Capraia: the most rugged island of the Tuscan Archipelago. Visitors are enchanted by its surprising biodiversity, wonderful flowers, striking encounters with migratory birds and watchtowers from the time of the Saracen invasions. It also offers a crystal clear sea and an appetising local cuisine.
Livorno: a maritime city known for its characteristic New Venice district, the Aquarium, the Naval Academy, the fabulous Terrazza Mascagni, from which you can enjoy spectacular sunsets, and its exquisite Cacciucco (fish stew), which is a local delicacy.
Val di Cornia, relatively unknown to tourist, merits much attention, with a number of medieval villages to explore, including: Suvereto, Campiglia Marittima, Sassetta, Monterotondo, Castagneto Carducci and Massa Marittima.
Not only hiking! The mountains of Livorno can also be discovered by horse trekking. And do not be surprised when meeting boars, deers and at the time of sunset the porupine and the badget. By us it is normal!!
For other sports enthusiasts, there is a wide choice of activities to enjoy, from mountain biking and hiking to diving, snorkelling and yacht rides.
The routes through the Tuscan hills are also very popular with motorcyclists.