Tuscany. Italian Marinas.

Italy. Tuscany, Tuscan archipelago, Geographical Position, Natural Environment, Population, Economy, Tuscan dialect, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Val di Chiana, Florence, The most important are the Tiber (only a stretch of its upper course in Tuscany), the Arno with its tributaries, Sieve, Bisenzio, Greve, Pesa, Elsa, Era, Magra, Serchio, Lunigiana, Garfagnana, Cecina, Ombrone, Albegna, rivers, Marina di Massa, Marina di Carrara, Forte dei Marmi, Marina di Pietrasanta, Lido di Camaiore, Viareggio, Tirrenia, Castiglioncello, Marina di Cecina, S. Vincenzo, Punta Ala, Castiglione della Pescaia, Marina di Grosseto, Porto S. Stefano, Porto Ercole, Isola del Giglio, Isola della Capraia, Island of Elba

Marina and Port Livorno.
Marina di Punta Ala.
Marina Cala Galera.
General Information

Tuscany is the fifth largest region in Italy. Wedged deeply like a triangle in the heart of Italy, it constitutes a transitional, area between the Po Delta and Liguria, which are highly industrialized, and those Italian regions which are still principally agricultural. It stretches over the western side of the Apennines and includes the islands of the Tuscan archipelago.

E-Charts of this region.
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Italian Marinas.