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Tuscany’s Etruscan Coast, in the footsteps of poets and writers 

Thursday, 04 November 2021 20:09

Golden beaches and green hills full of history, scents, nature and freedom: the Etruscan Coast is one of the most fascinating places in Tuscany. Many poets and writers have visited this coast in search of inspiration, passion, comfort or relaxation: Pirandello, Dante, and Goldoni are just some of the literary greats who chose this wonderful coast, and Park Hotel Marinetta is the ideal starting point to follow n their footsteps and visit the most authentic side of Tuscany.

Birthplace of the poet Carducci 

Bolgheri and Castagneto, childhood places of the Tuscan poet and Nobel Prize winner, Carducci, are a must. This is where Carducci spent his childhood, and a visit to these places will catapult the visitor straight into the verses of some of his masterpieces. 


An “idle and hedonistic" paradise

Towards Livorno, we come to the towns of Rosignano Marittimo and to Castiglioncello, one of its hamlets overlooking the sea and described as an “idle and hedonistic paradise” by Gabriele D'Annunzio. Amidst the Renaissance fortresses of Livorno, Carlo Goldoni, the father of modern comedy, experimented with his art. The author is closely connected with this seafaring city, which has a theater bearing his name.


Relaxation and spa treatments in the Park Hotel Marinetta

The Park Hotel Marinetta has suites that overlook the Tuscan seaside town of Marina di Bibbona. The Marinetta Wellness Spa at the hotel is equipped with a heated hydro-massage pool, a bio-sauna, a calidarium, a tepidarium, chrome-aromatic showers and a wide range of regenerating massages and beauty treatments. 

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