Rosignano Marittimo

In the seaside community of Rosignano Marittimo in the province of Livorno, the old settlement has been preserved. Spend your holiday in one of our range of holiday lettings in Italy in this small town near the beaches and discover the historically important sights of each district.

Holiday in a medieval town by the sea

Rosignano Marittimo is located five kilometers from the coast on a hill. From your chosen holiday apartments in Tuscany in the area you will have the chance to visit the medieval town with its Castello di Rosignano, an important castle from the Middle Ages. Two towers of the castle are well-preserved to this day. Visitors interested in Italian history will have the opportunity to visit the SS. Ilario e Giovanni Battista church which dates back to the 12th century during your stay in one of our holiday lettings in Italy. In the Palazzo Bombardieri today you will find the Archaeological Museum with its many valuable finds from the historic settlement of the region. The attorney, journalist and poet Pietro Gori from the 19th and 20th centuries received in Rosignano Marittimo not only a monument, but also a museum that is well worth seeing.

Welcome to the village of artists and creatives

In the district of Castiglioncello at the foothills of the hills Colli Livornesi boasts a unique and lively atmosphere, immerse yourself in this atmosphere during your holiday in one of our range of villas and apartments to rent in Italy. The village was a fishing village for centuries and was discovered in the 19th century by artists in the circle of the painter Macchiaioli. They were followed by filmmakers who took advantage of the beautiful scenery as backdrops for many films. Castiglioncello is the centre of Italian culture in the municipality and offers a lot of entertainment with the dance performances, concerts and theatre during the Festival di Castiglioncello, especially during the summer months.

Caribbean holidays in Italy?

In the district of Vada there is a five kilometre long sandy beach which is often called the "Caribbean of Italy". The long, white sand beach is popular and not to be missed whilst self-catering in our accommodation in Italy.