The province of Livorno (Italian: provincia di Livorno) is a province in the Tuscany region of Italy. It includes several islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, including Elba and Capraia. Its capital is the city of Livorno. The province was formed in 1925 with land from the provinces of Pisa and Genoa. It has an area of 1,211 square kilometres (468 sq mi) and a total population of 343,003 (2012). There are 19 comuni (singular: comune) in the province. The coastline of the area is known as "Costa degli Etruschi" (Etruscan Coast).
Things to do in Province of Livorno
4.5 based on 368 reviews
This family-run osteria combines a relaxed atmosphere with well-prepared classical Tuscan food and great wines. If you like mushrooms, truffles and quality meet this is your place. If you like natural wines, combining character and elegance, you'll love the "Osteria del Ghiotto" even more. Try the rather unknown but top-notch Chianti's from "Val delle Corti" and "Caparsa"...
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I have been there with a friend during my last trip to Tuscany. He was warmly recommending it, and he was right. We took some starters and a huge Fiorentina steak. Starters (vellutata di carote, cinta senese and burrata) were well prepared, extremely fresh and...MoreGrazie.VdG
4.5 based on 826 reviews
The cuisine of Tamata is based on the continuous proposal of new courses, on the research of new cooking methods and on the constant attention to the selection of the products used, high quality foods and environmentally sustainable. Where possible we have privileged local, organic and “Km 0” products. We only use meat from organic and Tuscan farms, who pay special attention not only to the welfare of animals, but also to the environmental conservation. Sometimes it was not possible to choose on the basis of these criteria. In these cases, we have selected the best products available, which express the distinctive character of their origin. The dishes of our cuisine it's not only an expression of the Italian culinary tradition, but represent a "journey" in gastronomy from around the world, from the Mediterranean area, to Northern Europe, to the Far East. Buon appetito! And good journey in our "route of taste". Fabio.
In the port of Azurro, this restaurant has a wonderful setting in a charming little village port. Some aspects of this dining experience were stunning e.g the amuse bouche, the beautiful setting, the service and intimate knowledge of the wines on the list etc and...MoreDear Guest, thank you very much for the nice review and for your compliments to the chef and the service. We hope to see you next summer! Best regards, Barbara and Fabio
4.5 based on 484 reviews
4.5 based on 255 reviews
This is fine dining without being pretentious. Plates are wonderfully and skillfully prepared by the chef owner and served by his very friendly and welcoming wife. Good wine selection ranging from about 15 euro to several hundred. Very fancy high end food that you would never expect to find in this small little hillside town.
4.5 based on 753 reviews
Michele Vigliotti, the chef, offers quality through an accurate selection of ingredients. Courses include catch of the day seafood, first choice meats, locally produced salami, cheeses, and vegetables. And do not forget our well populated cellar. Of course, attention to tables, service and premises is our own requirement before our customers'. Always available: a vegetarian dishes . All courses are prepared at the moment.
This is how a restaurant should be run ( other people - please learn how to do this ! ), from the booking, reception/greeting, service, food, wine and ambience. Very hard to fault anything. Made to feel very welcome throughout . Food was lovely, from the aperitif, fois gras starter, amuse bouche, to steak main and desserts. Good price local wine ( had the 'Poggio ai ginepri' - Argentiniera ). A great evening !
4.5 based on 581 reviews
Great place to eat sea food in Capoliveri. One can find here local, simple and very tasty dishes made of fresh, local products. Local is run by friendly and hospitable owners. We visited this place twice during our stay in Capoliveri and each time we...MoreGrazie!!!
5 based on 167 reviews
This is hands down one of the BEST places we've eaten anywhere! My girlfriend and I each had 3 different mojitos and in each one, every piece of fruit was perfectly ripe and the flavors were well balanced. The hamburger di Chianina was incredible...seriously. I only wish we knew more Italian to let the owner know that her restaurant made our last night in Elba unforgettable. The place is tucked away from most of the other restaurants so make sure you know where to find it!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
4.5 based on 303 reviews
I have been brought here by friends.
I was delighted about the place. Ok, it is rustic and it looks more like a 'Grand Tour' osteria than a modern gourmet restaurant. It is located right on a corner of an old road leading to the magnificent Massa Marittima.
But the food was just right.
Seafood was good, the pizza was ok. They have a broad menu spacing from seafood to meat and pizza. Service was efficient and the dessert at the end was just great. Everything ended up with a little bill.
They have a half covered veranda.
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