Founded at the time of the Etruscans, Piombino is today the second biggest port in Tuscany, after Livorno, and is the largest city in Val di Cornia. Situated on the coast between mountains and the sea, the city offers tourists many interesting natural spaces and architectural monuments, including artworks by masters such as Leonardo da Vinci and Andrea Guardi. The local beaches are also stunning, such as Baratti, famous for its red sand.


Piombino and Surroundings

Piazza Bovio

Considered by many to be the symbol of the city, the ancient square faces the sea, offering breath-taking views of the Tuscan archipelago and the city walls dating back to Leonardo da Vinci.

Piombino Castle

The castle extends towards the sea to the east of the city and was redesigned by Leonardo da Vinci in the 1500s. The city’s historical museum is located inside the castle.


Useful Information

Tourist Office

Via Ferruccio Francesco, 4 – 57025 Piombino
At the town’s Public Relations Office
Tel: +39 0565 225639

Summer timetable from March 23rd to October 14th.

Departures from Piombino:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday departure at 20:15

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