Bibbona is a small Italian town in the province of Livorno, in Tuscany that includes only about 3000 inhabitants.
The small town has very ancient origins and its name, which probably derives from an Etruscan man called “Bibius“, was first recorded in 1109.
The municipality of Bibbona is located more precisely in the Val di Cecina area and its territory extends from the slopes of the Metalliferous Hills to the Maremma and the Ligurian Sea coast.
It also includes a big wood with a notable naturalistic value, extensive pine forests and sandy beaches frequented by tourists from all over the world.
If you are a lover of nature adventures, you will certainly not miss the “Macchia della Magona“, a huge forest of over 1600 hectares, rich of natural paths and trails.
Il bosco ospita al suo interno una riserva naturale biogenetica protetta che comprende piante e alberi come l’Arboreto, il Pino Bruzio, Il Cipresso e il Pino, o ancora il Leccio, la Roverella e il Cerro.
The forest is home to a protected biogenetic nature reserve that includes plants and trees such as the Arboretum, the Pino Bruzio, the Cipresso and the Pino, or even the Leccio, the Roverella and the Cerro.
The center of major tourist interest in the town of Bibbona is its marine area called “Marina di Bibbona” (also known as “Marina del Forte”).
Marina di Bibbona, punto di maggiore interesse per i turisti di tutta la Costa degli Etruschi ha dei lunghi tratti di spiaggia sabbiosa, delimitate da bellissime fasce di vegetazione costituite da Macchia Mediterranea e Pinete.
Marina di Bibbona, a point of greatest interest for tourists from all over the Etruscan Coast, has long stretches of sandy beach, bordered by beautiful strips of vegetation of “Macchia Mediterranea” and pine forests.