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Blue Flags Tuscany 2021: the awarded beaches in Tuscany


Silver medal to Tuscany which, with ben 19 Blue Flags, wins the second place on the podium in Italy.

Crystal clear sea, clear waters, well-kept beaches that offer maximum comfort and services, in total respect for the environment. This is the lowest common denominator of the Tuscan beaches that each boast its own peculiarities.

La Versilia it is perfect for those who want to combine fun and nightlife by the sea; there Pisan coast, with its isolated beaches and vast pine forests it is for those who love relaxation; there Apuan Riviera is ideal for water sports, while the Costa degli Etruschi offers the possibility of historical-archaeological excursions; the green Maremma is the wild heart with the best beaches for families with children and finally, the wonderful bays ofArgentario.

Here the list of Blue Flag beaches 2021 in Tuscany.



Index

  1. Blue flag beaches in Grosseto and its province
  2. Blue flag beaches in Livorno and its province
  3. Blue flag beaches in Lucca and its province
  4. Blue flag beaches in Massa Carrara and its province
  5. User questions and comments

Blue flag beaches in Grosseto and its province

  • Grosseto: Principina a Mare (Get directions), Marina di Grosseto (Get directions)
  • Follonica: South Beach (Get Directions), North Beach (Get Directions)
  • Castiglione della Pescaia: Rocchette / Roccamare (Get directions), Casa Mora / Riva del Sole / Capezzolo / Ponente (Get directions), Spiaggia Pian D'alma / Casetta Civinini (Get directions), Platone / Punta Ala (Get directions), Levante / Tombolo ( Get directions)
  • Monte Argentario: Cala Piccola (Get directions), Porto Ercole Le Viste (Get directions), Porto Santo Stefano La Caletta (Get directions), Porto Santo Stefano Il moletto (Get directions), La Feniglia (Get directions), Porto Santo Stefano La Soda ( Get directions), Porto Santo Stefano il Pozzarello (Get directions)

Blue flag beaches in Livorno and its province

  • Marciana Marina: La Fenicia (Get directions)
  • Rosignano Marittimo: Castiglioncello (Get directions), Vada (Get directions)
  • Castagneto Carducci: Marina di Castagneto Carducci (Get directions)
  • Livorno: Cala del Miramare (Get directions), Rogiolo (Get directions), Del Sale / Roma (Get directions), Tre Ponti (Get directions), Rex (Get directions), Cala Quercianella (Get directions)
  • Piombino: Sterpaia Natural Park (Get directions)
  • Bibbona: Marina di Bibbona Center / South (Get directions)
  • Cecina: Marina di Cecina (Get directions), Le Gorette (Get directions)
  • San Vincenzo: Rimigliano (Get directions), Principessa (Get directions), Spiaggia della Conchiglia (Get directions)

Blue flag beaches in Lucca and its province

  • Forte dei Marmi: Litorale Centro / Capannina (Get directions)
  • Pietrasanta: Tonfano (Get directions)
  • Viareggio: Marina di Viareggio (Levante / Ponente) (Get directions), Torre del Lago Puccini (Get directions)
  • Camaiore: Lido Arlecchino (Get directions)

Blue flag beaches in Massa Carrara and its province

  • Carrara: Marina di Carrara Center / West (Get directions)
  • Pasta: Ronchi Levante (Get directions), Campsites / Ricortola / Marina Ponente / Destra Brugiano (Get directions), Sinistra Brugiano / Marina Centro / Destra Frigido / Sinistra Frigido (Get directions), Ronchi Ponente (Get directions)
  • Pisa: Marina di Pisa (Get directions), Calambrone / Tirrenia (Get directions)

The criteria for awarding the Blue Flag

It is one of the most important awards for beaches and bathing places. But how are they evaluated? It is not at all easy to get the blue flag. To do this, you need to have the program requirements.
In general, we can say that there are two types of requirements: the imperative ones and the guiding ones.
Those imperatives must all be respected. For those driving, the more there are, the more likely you are to get recognition.
The requirements concern the following 4 thematic areas:



  1. Environmental education and information: for example, information on water quality, local ecosystems, a code of conduct, ...
  2. Water quality: for example, the beach must fully comply with the sampling and analysis requirements of bathing water, must comply with the directives on waste water treatment, ...
  3. Environmental management: for example, the beach must be clean, there must be bins for recycling, toilets and changing rooms, ...
  4. Services and security: for example, there must be an adequate number of lifeguards, first aid equipment, ...
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