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All inclusive Hotels in Bibbona

Camping Village Le Capanne
Bibbona (LI)
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Distances from places of interest
* Railway station1.7 km
* Old town centre3.6 km
* Pisa50.1 km
All inclusive Hotels in Bibbona

An all inclusive holiday in Bibbona means:

Well-equipped beaches with fine sand
Holidays surrounded by nature
Great artistic heritage to admire
Cycling tourism and outdoor sports
Tasting of fine wines along the Strada del vino

Bibbona, an ancient medieval village in the Tuscan Maremma countryside, ideal for those who want a holiday in close contact with nature and for those who love the sea.

The town is only a few kilometres from the sea; it has been awarded a green flag for years for the quality of the beaches and facilities for families. It is characterised by its narrow alleys, stairways and arches which takes us back in time.

Marina di Bibbona and its well-equipped beaches

Marina di Bibbona is a renowned seaside resort, also called Marina di Forte for Bibbona’s fortress built in 1785 as a watch tower and coastal protection against pirate invasions.

The coastal area boasts fine sandy beaches with clear water and facilities for families and sport enthusiasts. Here they can count on many watersports such as windsurfing, surfing, kite surfing and even more sailing and scuba diving.

The all inclusive hotels in Bibbona ensure you have a carefree holiday enjoying all the facilities necessary to fulfil your desire for sea, sport and leisure.

What characterises the coast is the dunes and the typical Mediterranean dune scrub. The dunes are formed by low vegetation which separates the beach from the hinterland and shelters the internal cultivated areas from the wind.

The WWF oasis of Bolghieri in Marina di Bibbona is only 8 km away where you can admire storks, deer and migratory birds.

Interesting facts: Bolghieri is famous for its rich production of DOC and DOCG wines most noted for its “Sassicaia”. It is no surprise that Bibbona is one of the main stops along the famous “Strada del Vino”, characterised by paths lined with vineyards and century olive groves where you can sip fine wines in the famous wine cellars spread out along the road.

City rich in art and history

A holiday in Bibbona means also diving into its past between art and history to be discovered in the churches and some areas of the town starting from some findings which date back to the Etruscan-Villanovan period. The Archaeological Museum of Florence instead preserves today, the symbol of the city of Bibbona, an original bronze statue of a goat.

There are also the works of Leonardo Da Vinci such as the church of Santa Maria della Pietà which the artist would have helped to design it.

Greenery and pinewoods

Marina di Bibbona is located in the centre of two splendid pinewoods that line the coast all along to the north and up to Marina di Cecina. For those who love contact with nature can easily go walking, cycling or even horse riding in the pinewood or have a picnic there with the family.

An absolute must see is the Macchia della Magona park which has a protected Biogenetic Nature Reserve with 1635 hectares as well as an archery range and various hiking trails.

Cycling tourism, an old passion

Birthplace of the famous world champion Paolo Bettini who began his training in these places. Bibbona has become an ideal destination for cyclists.

Especially, the Costa degli Etruschi which is the ideal place for bike enthusiasts as it offers various routes for professionals and for the less trained.

The cycling event “Gran fondo Costa degli etruschi” is precisely for mountain bike enthusiasts held in the woods of Macchia della Magona.

Bibbona, an ancient medieval village in the Tuscan Maremma countryside, ideal for those who want a holiday in close contact with nature and for those who love the sea.

The town is only a few kilometres from the sea; it has been awarded a green flag for years for the quality of the beaches and facilities for families. It is characterised by its narrow alleys, stairways and arches which takes us...

Bibbona, an ancient medieval village in the Tuscan Maremma countryside, ideal for those who want a holiday in close contact with nature and for those who love the sea.

The town is only a few kilometres from the sea; it has been awarded a green flag for years for the quality of the beaches and facilities for families. It is characterised by its narrow alleys, stairways and arches which takes us back in time.

Marina di Bibbona and its well-equipped beaches

Marina di Bibbona is a renowned seaside resort, also called Marina di Forte for Bibbona’s fortress built in 1785 as a watch tower and coastal protection against pirate invasions.

The coastal area boasts fine sandy beaches with clear water and facilities for families and sport enthusiasts. Here they can count on many watersports such as windsurfing, surfing, kite surfing and even more sailing and scuba diving.

The all inclusive hotels in Bibbona ensure you have a carefree holiday enjoying all the facilities necessary to fulfil your desire for sea, sport and leisure.

What characterises the coast is the dunes and the typical Mediterranean dune scrub. The dunes are formed by low vegetation which separates the beach from the hinterland and shelters the internal cultivated areas from the wind.

The WWF oasis of Bolghieri in Marina di Bibbona is only 8 km away where you can admire storks, deer and migratory birds.

Interesting facts: Bolghieri is famous for its rich production of DOC and DOCG wines most noted for its “Sassicaia”. It is no surprise that Bibbona is one of the main stops along the famous “Strada del Vino”, characterised by paths lined with vineyards and century olive groves where you can sip fine wines in the famous wine cellars spread out along the road.

City rich in art and history

A holiday in Bibbona means also diving into its past between art and history to be discovered in the churches and some areas of the town starting from some findings which date back to the Etruscan-Villanovan period. The Archaeological Museum of Florence instead preserves today, the symbol of the city of Bibbona, an original bronze statue of a goat.

There are also the works of Leonardo Da Vinci such as the church of Santa Maria della Pietà which the artist would have helped to design it.

Greenery and pinewoods

Marina di Bibbona is located in the centre of two splendid pinewoods that line the coast all along to the north and up to Marina di Cecina. For those who love contact with nature can easily go walking, cycling or even horse riding in the pinewood or have a picnic there with the family.

An absolute must see is the Macchia della Magona park which has a protected Biogenetic Nature Reserve with 1635 hectares as well as an archery range and various hiking trails.

Cycling tourism, an old passion

Birthplace of the famous world champion Paolo Bettini who began his training in these places. Bibbona has become an ideal destination for cyclists.

Especially, the Costa degli Etruschi which is the ideal place for bike enthusiasts as it offers various routes for professionals and for the less trained.

The cycling event “Gran fondo Costa degli etruschi” is precisely for mountain bike enthusiasts held in the woods of Macchia della Magona.