Rimigliano Natural Park

Rimigliano is a green and protected area, a luxuriant wooded strip that stretches for kilometres along the coast of the municipality of San Vincenzo and offers sand dunes, Mediterranean maquis, oak and holm-oak woods, nature trails, picnic areas, fitness trails, and unforgettable beaches with the profile of the Tuscan Archipelago on the horizon.

This unique park enjoys an optimal climate all year round, being protected by the mountains and mitigated by sea winds. Visiting the park one can also come across traces of the Etruscan people, who were the first to inhabit this area.

The Rimigliano park, which stretches along the coast for 120 hectares, constitutes an oasis of rare value for those who love the sea in a natural setting without having to give up a few convenient services. In fact, it offers toilets, free showers, convenient paths to reach the beach even with a pram, a bar, a Green Beach with special services for the disabled, and a bicycle path that connects it to the town centre. Access to the Rimigliano park is totally free of charge, while many of the neighbouring car parks are chargeable. The park is also connected to the town centre and the neighbouring accommodation facilities by a bus/shuttle service.

In 2018, the park was chosen by the loggerhead turtle Caretta Caretta to deposit its eggs and San Vincenzo saw the birth, on 28 July, of 58 baby turtles that reached the sea and set sail.