Luxury Forte dei Marmi Holidays

Tuscany’s original beach resort

Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi holidays immerse you into a beach town on the coast of Tuscany. Once the original beach resort in the area, Forte dei Marmi has lots to offer. With a huge selection of restaurants, bars and shops, the town is always buzzing. There’s a weekly market with lots of local produce and handmade gifts as well as a fascinating art gallery. Popular with celebrities, Forte dei Marmi has seen a number of famous faces including Andrea Bocelli and Giorgio Armani over the years. Just a half hour from Pisa, it is the perfect place for a day trip to see the iconic leaning tower. 

Luxury Holidays in Forte dei Marmi

Holidays in Forte dei Marmi are great for getting an insight into life as a local. Sovereign Luxury Travel have over 50 years’ experience in tailor-making luxury holidays to wonderful destinations around the world. Our Personal Travel Planners are on hand every step of the way to ensure you make memories to last a lifetime. We deal with all the finer details, so you don’t have to!  
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Our pick of the top hotels in Forte dei Marmi

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Flight Information

The best airports for Tuscany are Florence and Pisa. Direct flights from the UK take approximately two hours. 

Transfer Time

Forte dei Marmi is just over an hour's drive from Florence Airport, or an hour and 40 minutes from Pisa Airport. 

When to go

Tuscany is a mild-weathered place. Temperatures meander between 20°C and 25°C in the warmest months of July and August. July is also usually the driest month of the year. Autumn is light jacket weather (around 17°C in September), while spring is crisper – think 10°C to 15°C.

Tuscany has a calendar full of festivals. Museums and shops shut early on Easter weekend so that locals can join the processions and Passion Plays that pop up throughout the region. Spring also kicks off a long line-up of food events that last till autumn. September is harvest time, so that’s when wine festivals really get into their stride.

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