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Are you a sports lover? We have thought of many sports activities for you around Livorno, near our village. Our place is full of areas where you can practice a great variety of sports. Here are a few ideas.

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On the coast of Livorno Aeolus blows quite often, but when libeccio unleashes its power and becomes imperious, lovers of windsurfing and kitesurfing find the ideal conditions to practice their favorite sport.
The many different beaches, alongside schools and sailing clubs, allow all lovers of these sports to practice them in ideal conditions.
After the storms, when the force of the sea drops and the waves become longer, wave surfing lovers can also perform and offer their spectators a fascinating show.
Difficulty: MEDIUM

The best wave conditions occur when the wind drop is from W-NW or SW. You can find fair waves even when the sea is not very rough. As it is close to the city center, it is very popular in all seasons. The technical level of the participants is high and not suitable for beginners.

Services: Bar, Restaurants, Parking lot along the road
Difficulty: MEDIUM (Scirocco) – HIGH (Libeccio and west wind)

Suitable for windsurfing during low pressures with winds of varying intensity from the south or the north. In this place, sirocco comes from the left slightly from the ground and generates 2/3 meter-high waves from the rocky bottom, which are a perfect launch pad to the open sea and a steep descent where to play and make the most varied movements towards the shore. With libeccio the sea is big and the waves are powerful and break on the rocks and on the beach. In these conditions you need to have good training and to evaluate your limits very carefully: you can easily end up on the rocks, but also do continuous jumps. The same is true of the west wind. When the wind drops, the bottom makes this place suitable for wave surfing, with waves of medium size and difficulty.

Services: Changing room, Shower, Emergency, Sea assistance, Parking Lot, Bar.
Difficulty: HIGH (waves over one and a half meters high)

One of the most famous places in Italy for the types of waves that are created. Very popular, both in summer and in winter, in all sea conditions: it is one of the few places in Italy where the weather conditions are similar to those found on the ocean coasts. The waves are good with wind drop from W, NW and SW: a dug and turbulent peak is created where the wave unrolls, both right and left, in a very short but fast stroke that gives strong emotions.

Services: Restaurants and Bars
Difficulty: HIGH (Windsurfing) - MEDIUM-HIGH (Surfing)

Very busy place during the summer. As far as surfing is concerned, the best conditions can be found with big wind drops of mistral and libeccio with fairly easy and round waves. The only element of difficulty is the rocks that make it difficult to go into and out of the water. As for windsurfing, it can only be practiced with afternoon thermal winds during the hot season; mistral is never strong and therefore medium-light wind equipment is recommended.

Services: Establishments, restaurants, bars
Viale di Antignano
L.go Cristian Bartoli parco Bandinella
339 5256730

Affiliated A.C.S.I. (windsurfing, surfing, kitesurfing, equipment, laying-up)


90 km of coast and the numerous spots of great charm, the mild climate, the ease of access and the presence of diving centers offer everyone the opportunity to dive all year round.
The possibility to admire bottoms rich in marine flora and fauna at depths accessible to everyone, the presence of natural beauties and archaeological finds complete the picture making this area an ideal destination for diving.
Interest: Natural/Biological
Type of bottom: Pebbles, Rock, Wall, Cave
Current: Medium
Difficulty: Medium
Depth: min 15 – max 39
Access: From the land by diving
ARecommended equipment: Standard, Compass, Torch

Beautiful and varied diving, as the sea is full of life with two beautiful walls: the first one hides the cave and has its base at 24 meters, the second one reaches 39 meters. The entrance to the cave is very large and tightens up at 17 meters. Inside you can admire a coral-carpeted ceiling. Moray eels, banded breams and dentex are common. Pay attention to diving data as you can easily reach the safety limits.
Interest: Natural/Biological
Type of bottom: Gravel, Rocks
Current: Medium
Difficulty: Medium
Depth: min 18 – max 25
Access: From the land, by boat
Recommended equipment: Standard, Compass, Torch

This cave is named after a large conger that acts as a “guardian” near the exit. Inside, the vault is covered with red coral, while on the muddy bottom there is lots of ceriantus. The cave has its entrance at 24 m and the exit at 18 m with a length of about 20 meters. The part above the cave offers suggestive encounters with dentex, amberjack and barracudas. It is advisable to refer to the local diving centers, both for the considerable distance from the site and to be sure to find the mouth of the cave.
Interest: Natural/Biological
Type of bottom: Gravel, Rocky wall, Mud
Current: Light – Medium
Difficulty: Medium
Depth: min 14 – max 39
Access: From the land, by boat
Recommended equipment: Standard, Compass, Torch

The classic Calafuria dive is named after the pieces of trawl net left by a trawler. Characterized by the big presence of coral and lobsters. With a little luck you can meet some snappers and other predators such as Mediterranean barracudas. Worthy of note is the overall scenario encountered when reaching the base of the wall, with numerous recesses and the pieces of net that are now part of the ecosystem.
Interest: Natural/Biological
Type of bottom: Gravel, Rocky wall, Posidonia
Current: Medium
Difficulty: Medium
Depth: min 20 – max 33
Access: From the land, by boat
Recommended equipment: Standard, Compass, Torch

It is a very beautiful dive of educational value for instrumental navigation. The flora and fauna are typical of the area, and include beautiful branches of red, yellow and Leptogorgia sea-whip. If you keep a watchful eye towards the blue you can surely see some nice migratory fish.
Interest: Natural/Biological
Type of bottom: Rocky wall, Mud
Current: Light
Difficulty: Low
Depth: min 12 – max 16
Access: From the land
Recommended equipment: Standard, Compass, Torch

This easy and suggestive dive owes its name to a statue at a depth of 14 meters. The bottom in front of the Rogiolo bay is characterized by rock and posidonia canyons. Once you leave the ridge that houses the statue, the dive reserves numerous encounters between the posidonia and the small walls. This dive is ideal for both initial and advanced level dives.
Accademia Blu
c/o Bagni Pancaldi – Viale Italia, 62
0586 260070

Antignano Diving Center
Via del Littorale, 164
339 7072738

La Torre di Calafuria Diving
Via del Littorale, 248
347 8878268

Deep Inside
Lido del Chioma – Viale Aurelia km 300 – Quercianella
0586 754567


Rich in ports and landings, the Etruscan Coast is the ideal destination for sailors. The widespread presence of sailing clubs and schools allows all enthusiasts to practice this sport and is the ideal basis for boat trips to the Tuscan archipelago and Corsica. In this clear and safe sea you can often meet dolphins and whales, which is a truly exciting experience.
The Trofeo Accademia Navale e Città di Livorno is the most important sailing event in the Mediterranean Sea, which has been repeated annually since 1984 between the end of April and the beginning of May. The TAN represents a moment of life, encounter and experience for enthusiasts coming from all over the world.
Scuola Nautica Faro
Piazza Micheli, 6 – 0586 210709

L.N.I. Livorno
Via del Molo Mediceo, 13 – 0586 896567

Via del Molo Mediceo, 25 – 0586 889100

Aquarianatura Club
Via Magenta, 12 – 0586 899686

Scuola Vela d’Altura Yatch Club Livorno
Via del Molo Mediceo, 21 – 0586 896142

Scuola Nautica Ghibly
Via Marradi, 146/A – 0586 808987

Vela Medicea
Spianata del Molo Mediceo – 0586 881557

Associazione Velica Creme Caravelle
Via del Molo Mediceo – 338 8229555

Scuola Vela Circo Nautico Livorno
Porticciolo Nazario Sauro – 0586807354

Strapoggia – Circolo Velico Antignano
Viale Antignano – 0586 580295

Circolo Nautico Quercianella
Porticciolo di Quercianella – 0586 491432

Porto Mediceo (Porto Turistico)
Via del Molo Mediceo, 21
0586 896142

Nazario Sauro (Porto Turistico)
Viale Italia, 12
0586 807354

Ardenza (Approdo)
Viale Italia, 104
0586 500295

Antignano (Approdo)
Viale di Antignano
0586 580295

Quercianella (Porto turistico)
Via Pascoli
0586 491432


Visiting the most beautiful greens of our country by combining sporting vacations with the discovery of the Italian territory and heritage is a solution loved by many golfers. In fact, Livorno’s golf clubs are renowned both in Italy and abroad! Instead, if you want to have your first experience with this sport, there are many clubs at your disposal where to take some lessons before becoming future Tiger Woods. You will find out that golf allows you to combine physical exercise with contact with nature, a few steps from the artistic and architectural beauties of art cities, villages and seaside resorts.
Course: 9 holes – par 28 for a length of 1,375 meters

Golf Club Livorno is located in an area of 10 hectares within the city and only 50 meters from the sea. It is currently aggregated to the Italian Golf Federation thanks to the approval of its Practice Field by the Golf Club Commission of the Italian Golf Federation. After the construction of the course, it was standardized and legalized for the game from December 2015. The construction of the club house with restaurant and other services started at the end of the year. At the moment the secretary’s office is available to members for the minimum necessary services.

Largo Christian Bartoli, 1
Loc. “Tre Ponti” Ardenza – Livorno
0586 1836590
Course: 9 holes – par 36

Golf Club Tirrenia boasts one of the oldest and most fascinating golf courses in the whole of Tuscany. The course crosses the splendid green of an ancient pine forest and a luxuriant Mediterranean scrub, and is today located within the Natural Park of San Rossore. Elected a few years ago by the magazine “Golf Digest” as the best 9-hole course in Italy, it offers players a harmonious and stimulating course. The particularly mild climate of Tirrenia and the special characteristics of the course away from the cold winds in the winter season and pleasantly cool and windy in summer mean allow the club to stay open all year round.

Viale San Guido – Tirrenia (PI)
050 37518
Course: 9 holes – par 31

The executive course is particularly suitable for beginners who want to learn the game in all its parts. The path characterized by high playability thanks to a careful and accurate hole design includes trees, steep slopes and some insidious bunkers. A good short game is essential to make pars even if good shots from the start are useful to avoid many of the obstacles scattered along the way.

Via Fontevivo 5, – San Miniato (PI)
0571 419012


The dirt road that unrolls in the green heart of the Etruscan Coast from Livorno to the border with the Grosseto Maremma is the track of an important journey made in symbiosis with the sunny character of this territory. Traveling on horseback along the bridle path is an experience that mainly involves the senses; on the Etruscan Coast there is no asphalt and there are no cars. It is a privileged world where time cannot be compressed and speed is a dead word.

Much of the route is in fact spread on ridges overlooking the blue of the coast, on the profiles of the islands and at the same time on the rolling hills that characterize the hinterland. “Aerial” stretches alternate with moments of total immersion in the vegetation. It is therefore a varied path that reveals the aspects of a harmonious territory well told in the paintings of Macchiaioli, where the natural environment is integrated with human activities. The sign of man is easily perceived by observing the earth carved with vineyards, olive groves and large expanses of cereals.
Associazione Ippica Livornese
Via dei Condotti, 54 – Livorno
329 7382799
Centro Ippico Il Salice
Via dei Condotti, 54 – Livorno
0586 578383

Centro Ippico Valle del Carro
Via Aiaccia, Loc. Vallelunga – Collesalvetti
335 6496593

Il Mandriolo
Via Miramare, 73/a – Gabbro
0586 742081

Le scuderie dell’Oasi Spondone
Via dello Spondone – Guasticce
347 1751116

Associazione Ippica San Marco
Loc. San Marco, 100 – Rosignano Marittimo
0586 799380

Centro di Equitazione Il Pino
Via di Rosignano – Vada
0339 4397128

Sport Equestri Cecina
Via del Galoppatoio – Marina di Cecina
0586 620228

Centro Ippico Team del Marco
Via Sondraie, 73 – Bolgheria
0187 629885

Lo Sperone
Via dell’Anguilla – Marina di Castagneto
335 5249216

Boscaglia Sabrina
Loc. Ghiacci, 161 – Donoratico
0565 774571

Podere La Cerreta
Via Campagna Sud, 143 – Sassetta
0565 794352

La Fontanella
Loc. Fontanella – Suvereto
0565 828087

Centro Ippico Il Felciaino
Via di Cafaggio, 5 – Campiglia Marittima
0565 838750

Azienda Le Arcate
Via Acquaviva, 3 – Nugola
0586 977248


The province of Livorno is the land of all cyclists, from children traveling on the seat to bicycle tourists pedaling to discover the world, from adventurous bikers looking for winding roads to cyclists who love elegant road bikes. In this land perfect for cycling roads are not measured by kilometers but by emotions. Besides lovely beaches, pinewoods and holm oaks shaken by libeccio and perfumed by the sea, you will travel along routes that unwind in the world of art, food and wine, and the rich culture of this territory.
Departure and arrival: Livorno
Difficulty: Easy
Road: Asphalt
Length: 5.5 Km Difference in height: 16 m
Altimetry: min. 1 – max. 8

Leave your car at the Rotonda parking lot and follow the route that is closest to the sea. On the right you can see the semicircular construction of the Casini di Ardenza (1845), “nineteenth-century residences” built by Livorno noblemen for their vacations. Soon, near the Baracchina Rossa, take the white road that overlooks the port of Ardenza. After about 1 km you will pass near the Federico Caprilli racecourse and then continue along the wall of the Naval Academy (1877-1881), on the left, while on the right typical Art Nouveau villas announce the entrance to the city, which formally takes place by crossing the Barriera Margherita (1890), the southern gate to Livorno. Beyond the Naval Academy is the beginning of the asphalted cycle path towards the city center and you will run along the San Jacopo in Acquaviva square with the homonymous church located in a wonderful position by the sea; in the square you can also stop off with a snack and read a newspaper: a look at the sea and a visit to the church of San Jacopo: the crypt is one of the few truly ancient monuments (fourth century) of the city. In short, passing near the nineteenth-century Bagni Pancaldi, you will reach the Terrazza Mascagni (2.7 km), a magnificent open space towards the sea, ideal for a break. After 1 km you will get to the Orlando shipyards that mark the beginning of the port area. Continue along the wall, then cross the parking lot in front of the sites as far as Piazza Mazzini. Go back to the main street and at the traffic lights go straight on past the Fosso Reale and reach the Four Moors monument. Now, a stone’s throw from the Old Darsena and the Old Fortress (on the left), proceed to the intersection with Via San Giovanni where you will head to the right. Passing in front of the church of San Giovanni (seventeenth century) you will get to the Town Hall Square.

The route can also be cycled with children since much of it is on a pedestrian and cycle path
Departure and arrival: Sanctuary of Montenero
Difficulty: Medium
Road: Mixed
Length: 20 Km Difference in height: 573 m
Altimetry: min. 62 – max. 332

You will depart from the Sanctuary of Montenero taking Via del Poggio uphill: always keep on the left ignoring the deviations to the right. After 2 km, a short dirt road begins and continues to climb up to the gravel road. Continue in the same direction for 2 km going past the village of Castellaccio up to an evident curve on the right near a bar-restaurant with veranda. Here you will leave the paved road to take a dirt road that starts near the bar-restaurant (on the right) and a picnic area (on the left); after 200 m, take the dirt road that descends to the left; two crossroads meet in rapid succession: always keep the right. After about 2 km of descent, you will ford across a stream and then start to pedal in the plains of the beautiful valleys of Botro Quarata and the Chioma torrent towards Palazzine. After a bridge you will start a 1.5 km climb that ends near a high voltage pylon: intersect the fire barrier road orthogonally and begin to descend on a gravel road. Shortly after, a 2 km ascent begins which ends on a hill where you can see the city of Livorno and the coast. After 1 km of descent you will get to a junction: turn left passing near the antennas and continue up to the asphalt. Stay on the paved road for only 70 meters, then take the second on the right, that is to say, Via del Poggio, cycled already, which goes down on the right to the Sanctuary of Montenero.

This panoramic route requires some basic training. The road surface is almost always good if we exclude the descent (1.5 km) towards the ford and the Botro Quarata valley. It is not recommended in case of heavy rain on the days before the excursion.

The tourist information offices indicated on the map are those with annual or prolonged opening. In some cases they are out of the way. The offices indicated in the information leaflets are those present in the area of the route, even with seasonal opening
Departure: Livorno
Arrival: Piombino
Difficulty: Medium-Hard
Road: Asphalt
Length: 143 Km Difference in height: 1.356 m
Altimetry: min. 1 – max. 351
Towns: Baratti – Populonia, Bibbona, Bolgheri, Campiglia, Castagneto C., Castiglioncello, Cecina, Cecina Mare, Donoratico, Livorno, Marina di Bibbona, Marina di Castagneto, Piombino, Quercianella, Rosignano, Rosignano Solvay, San Vincenzo, Sassetta, Suvereto, Vada, Venturina

This route can be covered in one stage by trained cyclists, with return by train on the Piombino - Campiglia - Livorno line. Bicycle tourists can also cover the route in 2 or 3 stages. The second part of the route develops inland and provides the possibility of variations on the coast towards Marina di Bibbona, Marina di Donoratico and San Vincenzo. Possible variations:
1) The first stretch from Livorno to Quercianella is very busy and can be done by train, or you can take the internal bypass through the Livorno hills from Gabbro, Castelnuovo Misericordia, Rosignano Marittimo, connecting to the route in Vada.
2) The final part of the route between Baratti and Piombino crosses the industrial area of the suburbs of Piombino on a busy road. If riding a hybrid bike or mountain bike, we recommend the dirt road that crosses the promontory of Piombino from Reciso (Populonia) as far as Salivoli: about 7 km, with ups and downs and uphill stretches at the beginning and then downhill.

The tourist information offices indicated on the map are those with annual or prolonged opening. In some cases they are out of the way. The offices indicated in the information leaflets are those present in the area of the route, even with seasonal opening
Departure and arrival: Castiglioncello
Difficulty: Medium
Road: Asphalt
Length: 59.5 Km Difference in height: 800 m
Altimetry: min. 10 – max. 328
Towns: Castiglioncello, Collesalvetti, Gabbro, Nibbiaia, Rosignano, Rosignano Solvay

You will leave from Piazza della Vittoria in front of the entrance to Castello Pasquini (nineteenth century), going southwards to the train station. After 2 km you will arrive at Rosignano Solvay and, near the Coop supermarket, turn right following the signs for Rosignano Marittimo. After going past the overpass on the Vecchia Aurelia road and on the railway you will go past several junctions and roundabouts still heading towards Rosignano Marittimo. Near the Conad supermarket, turn left; then you will pass under the state road SS 1 Aurelia viaduct (5 km) and start going uphill to Rosignano Marittimo. After 1.2 km, near a large intersection, follow the signs to the right for Pisa - Variante Aurelia (on the left you go up towards the center of Rosignano Marittimo). Immediately after, there is a T-junction near the cemetery where you will turn left (towards Pisa). The road still goes up around the historic center of Rosignano Marittimo on your left. Cycle on the provincial road no. 10 which goes down as far as the junction in SR 206 (9.2 km). Here, turn right and, immediately after, turn left on the provincial road no. 60 of Poggiberna towards Pomaia, which is reached after about 7 km, mainly uphill, through a beautiful landscape made of cultivated fields, farms and cypresses. Once in Pomaia, 177 m above sea level (16.5 km), you will cross the village following the main road which then has the same undulating course as the hills, reaching the village of Pastina (20.5 km). Shortly after, you will ignore the junction on the left for Rosignano, continue uphill for 1 km to Santa Luce (23.6 km) and cross the village on the main road towards Casciana Terme. After 2 km you will get to a crossroads (25.5 km) where you must turn left to Orciano Pisano and take the provincial road no. 37 “of the hills for Santa Luce” which, mainly downhill, leads to Orciano Pisano (31 km). Continue by taking the provincial road no. 5 bis “of the hills to Orciano” until orthogonally crossing the SR 206 at Marmigliano (35.3 km). Cycle for 800 m as far as a T-junction and turn right uphill towards Colognole: steep 500 m climb until entering (in the presence of a clear hairpin bend) the provincial road no. 5 for Colognole, turning left, still uphill. From the small village of Colognole (36.6 km) you will cycle following the signs for Livorno - Valle Benedetta going up for about 2 km as far as the junction for Gabbro (38.5 km) where you will turn left on the provincial road no. 5 ter of the “Fociarella”. At the next T junction, keep the left cycling on the provincial road no. 8 downhill to Gabbro (42.7 km). Once in Piazza Democrazia, in the center of the village, continue right towards Nibbiaia on the provincial road no. 10 “Traversa Livornese”. At the next intersection, turn right towards Nibbiaia, which is reached after an uphill ramp (46.8 km). From Piazza Barontini you will descend towards the coast facing the hills of Livorno. Cross the hamlet of Aia della Vecchia and then cycle down (a 10% steep stretch) to Chioma (52.6 km). At the crossroads turn left towards Castiglioncello, pass under the S.S.1 Aurelia viaduct and then turn left again towards Castiglioncello (59.5 km), which is reached by cycling on the road that follows the rocky coast.

The most challenging part of the route is the final climb towards Nibbiaia, on the hills of Livorno, before cycling down to the coast. Great care and caution is required in the two crossings of the SR 206, which is always very busy.

The tourist information offices indicated on the map are those with annual or prolonged opening. In some cases they are out of the way. The offices indicated in the information leaflets are those present in the area of the route, even with seasonal opening
Departure and arrival: Capoliveri
Difficulty: Easy, Medium
Road: Mixed
Length: 20 Km Difference in height: 350 m
Altimetry: min. 15 – max. 210
Towns: Capoliveri, Porto Azzurro

You will start from Capoliveri, from Piazza del Cavatore. Follow the old road used by miners. Shortly after, the asphalt gives way to a dirt road that remains on the contour bend and has no altimetrical difficulty. In practice, you will cycle halfway up the south western slopes of Mount Calamita. The view is breathtaking looking out towards the mountain profiles and the coasts of western Elba dominated by Mount Capanne. The sea mirror that appears under the road is the Golfo Stella with the inlets of Morcone, Pareti and Cala dell’Innamorata. After about 6 km from the start, you will find the detour for the Calamita mines on the right. The detour is definitely recommended, including a guided tour of the mining complex. The road continues along the circumnavigation of Monte Calamita and gradually gains altitude going up the slopes of Poggio Polveraio without becoming too demanding. The sea view with the Bay of Remaiolo and the unmistakable profile of the island of Montecristo on the horizon is more and more spectacular. When you reach Fosso di Remaiolo the road starts to climb towards the Piano del Gorgo reaching the Tenuta delle Ripalte and its vineyards. After about 10 km from the start you will reach the maximum altitude of the route: 216 m above sea level. We recommend a ride through the Ripalte vineyards. In addition to a possible visit to the winery, you can take the road that goes down to the Ginevro mines, an archaeological area where you can visit the mine. From here, following the directions of the red route “Calamita”, you will go down along the eastern slopes of Monte Calamita leaving the vineyards behind. The dirt road plunges into the Mediterranean scrub, offering a view of the sea and the coast of the continent. After about 1.5 km you can make a detour on the coast going down towards the Stagnone bay, or continue north towards the mining area of the Sassi Neri, where you can see, between the road and the coast, a small lake with green reflections. You will cycle not far from the sea level and shortly after you will find another possible detour to enjoy a bath at Punta Buzzancone. From this moment you will follow the coast lapping beaches, inlets, coves and small peninsulas: after Punta Buzzancone you will meet the Istia bay with the islet of Liscoli, Calanova, the beach of Malpasso, Punta di Cala Nuova, the beach of Ferrato; from the beach of Straccoligno the road bends back inwards and you will reach Capoliveri by cycling uphill on asphalt.

The route offers extraordinary landscapes and gives the opportunity to stop to enjoy baths at beaches, coves and inlets of great charm. Of particular interest is the archaeological-mining journey at the mines of Calamita and Ginevro

The tourist information offices indicated on the map are those with annual or prolonged opening. In some cases they are out of the way. The offices indicated in the information leaflets are those present in the area of the route, even with seasonal opening.



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