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Tuscany Coastal Area

Many clients write to us expressing their desire to organise a wedding on a beach, and even hoping to do so just as the sun sets into the golden sea…. unfortunately i Italy the law does not allow civil weddings that are legally valid to be celebrated outside of the municipality reception rooms which are allocated specifically for this purpose.

Visit the locations listed below and you can choose the most romantic place to have a ‘’mock ceremony’’ on the beach and then choose one of the municipalities along the Tuscan Coast to celebrate your civil wedding that is legally valid.

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Coastal Area of Tuscany

Tuscany is shaped like a triangle, with the west side some 350km long following the Tirreno coast. This coastline, in many places is still untouched and natural with clean water, fantastic sand dunes and long free beaches, without beach bars and umbrellas. It is not over crowded except for August and/or weekends.

The coastal inland offers beautiful and wild nature characterised by hills encrusted with magical, beautifully preserved, medieval villages built on ancient towns founded long before by the Etruscan civilisation. Their ancient legacy is still visible in the various archeological sites in the area. There are vineyards, olive groves and wineries that produce famous wines like Sassicaia and Ornellaia in the Bolgheri area. One of the most visited wine districts in the world, with a huge number of wine bars offering wine tasting and local traditional eating places called trattorie, where the Tuscan cuisine sourced from local game can be tasted and enjoyed. There are many fine award winning restaurants and elegant country resorts immersed in the countryside and ‘agriturismi’, finely renovated and furnished country houses, with swimming pools, just a few kilometres from the sea. The ideal location for those looking for a relaxing vacation away from the stress of everyday life and the noise and crowds of the popular seaside towns on the coast.

Many of these towns are famous, including, Forte dei Marmi and Viareggio in the north in Versilia, San Vincenzo on the Etruscan Coast facing the Island of Elba, and south to Castiglioni della Pescaia, Talamone, l’Argentario, Capalbio in Maremma. Visitors come from all over Europe for an enjoyable holiday with all the right ingredients; beach bars with sun beds and umbrellas, hotels, restaurants, shops, boutiques, discotheques, bars and tourist ports with yacht and motor boat moorings.

Clicking on accommodation/reception venues/ Tuscany Coastal Area, you can choose from the many beautiful and ideal venues on the Tuscan Coast. All available for accommodation, wedding receptions and wedding parties either on the beach or a few kilometres from the coast but all with swimming pools.


Bolgheri has become one of the most important vineyard and wine districts in the world thanks to the intuition of Marchese Incisa Della Rocchetta who in the 1970’s decided to plant the French variety of vines, merlot and cabernet, on his land surrounding the town in the Pisan Maremma opposite the Island of Elba previously never cultivated in Tuscany. The experiment produced a wine that has become one of the most famous in the world, the fantastic Sassicaia. The vicinity to the sea, the natural sandy soil, the mild climate have all enabled these varieties, which are traditionally cultivated in Bordeaux, to fulfill their potential and have captured the palate of wine critics and hundreds of thousands of wine lovers who come f ... Read More

Capalbio and Monte Argentario

Capalbio is in the southernmost past of Tuscany, right on the border with the region of Lazio. It is a pretty medieval town perched on a hill surrounded by unspoilt landscape and nature just a few kilometres from the coast with its long beautiful sandy beaches, clean sea and dunes land. Nearby, the promontory of Monte Argentario rises up from the sea, in front of the Island of Giglio, with its splendid Villas nestled on the cliffs over the sea. This part of Tuscany has always been an elite and exclusive destination and has recently seen many country style resorts opening, in former farmhouses, set in the countryside around Capalbio and ... Read More

Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia is a beauty. One of the most romantic historical towns in Tuscany, if not in Italy. The medieval part of the town, which is still intact, is surmounted by it’s ancient castle and dominates from the top of the hill the whole of the Maremma and Grosseto coast, with a breath taking view over the long public ‘’ Le Marze’’ beach and the ‘Diaccia Botrona' natural Oasis, which is what remains of the old marshlands, frequented by flamingoes and herons, a paradise for birdwatching.

The town was built on high ground to defend it from the Saracen pirate attacks and most importantly t ... Read More

Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi, is in the north of Tuscany, in Versilia, the strip of land between the sea and the Apuane Alps, from which the ever precious white marble is mined. It is one of the most prestigious holiday destinations in Italy. For more than a 100 years the international jet-set have been enjoying the refined and discrete residential Villas, built at the beginning of the 1900’s, under the shady pine trees together with the beach clubs, and nightclubs, lined up along the long, wide beach all summer long. The night is alive with ‘’la movida’’; one doesn’t go to Forte de Marmi for the sea, which is not very inviting being brown in colour, but to show off and be seen.

A wedding at Forte de Marmi r ... Read More

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