Livorno, founded in the second half of the 16th century, preserves numerous testimonies of the foreign "Nations" that contributed to its development, such as religious buildings, palaces, historical cemeteries, gastronomy....
Third island in order of size of the Tuscan Archipelago, since 1996 is part of the National Park and UNESCO MAB Biosphere Reserve. In its sea has been established a Marine Protected Area with areas of different degree...
Discover Tuscany's water lands
Livorno, Island of Capraia and Collesalvetti
There is a territory, on the central coast of Tuscany, where water is the dominant element: they are the municipalities of Livorno, Capraia Island and Collesalvetti, called Tuscany’s Water Lands.
Visit Livorno with its canals and ancient Medici fortresses. Discover the oasis of Collesalvetti and the ancient aqueduct of Colognole. Venture along the coasts of Capraia island to discover the uncontaminated sea, or the many hiking trails. Come with us to discover the Water Lands of Tuscany.
Discover the territory
Living the lands of water: Livorno, Capraia Island and Collesalvetti between history, culture and tradition.