The pisana coast is only a small part of the Tuscany coastline, than extends from Calambrone, until to the mouth of the river Serchio and beyond, comprising also the estate-park of San Rossore.
The estate of San Rossore is part of the big Natural Park that covers the coast from Viareggio to Livorno. It was the forest of the king of Italy, that introduced here fallow deers and red deers, to hunt them: today the park has a diversified flora (poplars, ash trees, alders and pines...) and a very rich fauna: bucks, wild boars, foxes and other, beyond to approximately two hundred varieties of birds.
The estate is open and it can be visited on foot, by bike, with the train of the park, or by horse, in order to dip in the nature.
The coast, with its beaches and pine woods, is characterized by peace and tranquillity. Near the mouth of the river Arno, called Bocca d'Arno, you will be able to assist to fishing the eels and to taste the full taste of this choice fish.