The Hotel Sabbia d'Oro has a unique location, which could almost have been lifted straight out of a fairytale. The hotel overlooks a wide sandy beach where guests can have long walks along the Costa degli Etruschi, and is surrounded by the seven islands of the Tuscan Archipelago: according to legend, the seven pearls dropped from Venus's necklace.
The recently upgraded 4-star hotel is located in the south of San Vincenzo, a green and peaceful area within walking distance of the town centre. From the ancient Strada della Principessa, a few metres from the hotel, you can easily reach the most beautiful coastal towns. A cycle path next to the Strada della Principessa makes San Vincenzo, the Rimigliano Park, the Baratti Gulf and Populonia (the only Etruscan town on the sea) even closer for bike lovers.
In a few minutes by car you can reach the medieval towns of Campiglia Marittima and Suvereto, as well as Piombino, where you can take a ferry to the island of Elba. The crossing takes only one hour and is ideal for day trips. Cities famous for their art like Pisa, Volterra, Florence and Siena are also quite close to San Vincenzo and you can visit each of them in a day.