A historical seaside town surrounded by pinewood forests and cliffs that burst with character, Castiglioncello lies on the coast in the province of Livorne, Tuscany. More notably the town was the inspiration behind the 19th Century Macchiaioli arts movement, for its formidable beauty and picturesque archaic buildings.
Flaunting gulfs, bays and a hilly coastside that is full of Mediterraneon foliage, Castiglioncello is also known as the 'pearl of the Etruscan coast', a restyled hub of Italian society, that lends a periodic flavour to the modern seaside resort.
Head to Tres Jolies, hidden in the heart of Castiglioncello (Via D. Martelli, 2), a perfumerie, for a complete collection of natural scents, sea inspired goods and sun creams. Inspired by the town's arts and cultural background, and paired with elegant Italian fashion at La Gritta, make sure you save space in your suitcase for your newfound stylistic flair.
Pay special attention to the multiple cultural events and arts festivals that are hosted throughout the year, and don’t forget to enjoy a glass of Sassicaia at sunset.