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Dogs friendly beaches in Tuscany

Kiev, Ukraine
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Dogs friendly beaches in Tuscany


We're going to Italy this July and take our dog (Labrador).

I know about restaurants and hotels. The most of them are available for people with dogs.

Last summer we were in Liguria and often attended Bau Bau Village. Here really wonderful service.

But now we're considering the house in Tuscany (Marina di Pietrasanta).

Do you know is there a dogs beaches likes Bau Bau Village or might be wild beaches without umbrellas and sun beds? I will be very grateful to you for your help!

Best regards,


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1. Re: Dogs friendly beaches in Tuscany

Here's a list of dog-friendly beaches in Tuscany:


You can perhaps paste the URL into translate.google.com .

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2. Re: Dogs friendly beaches in Tuscany

Thank you very much!))

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3. Re: Dogs friendly beaches in Tuscany


I assume you are interested in Maremma, the area near Grosseto (southern Tuscany).

There is a very nice beach between Marina di Grosseto and Castiglione called "Fuori rotta".

The beach is not directly close to the main road, there is a 10 minutes walk through the pine trees forest, which is typical of this area in tuscany, and also useful for dogs and familieas who want a rest in the shade!

The beach is really nice, with crystal clear water.


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