Val di Cornia, the southernmost stretch of Costa degli Etruschi and
Province of Livorno, is a strip of land situated in front of Isola
d'Elba, behind the town of Piombino, protruding towards Populonia
promontory and the sea, as if it was looking for the ancient connection
with the whole Archipelago Toscano.
This land, mainly stolen to the ponds and marshes characterizing its coasts until the last century, represents today an extraordinary environmental and cultural heritage transforming it into an interesting alternative to traditional tourist destinations: a place where nature and archeology combine to make you discover the charm of "Minor Tuscany".
A Tuscany which is not well known yet, but which it is very appreciated by the tourists who have already discovered it.