Beaches of Pisa

Beaches near Pisa for a relaxing day at the sea

When you think of Pisa, the first thing that comes to mind is art and culture, the Leaning Tower, you think of a lovely small town full of joie de vivre and cosiness. Many people are not aware that the sea is only a few kilometres away and that there are beautiful beaches near Pisa, ideal for a relaxing day, lying comfortably in the sand and enjoying a swim in the sea. If you are looking for beach and sea, just come to Marina di Pisa!

Marina di Pisa is only 10 km from Pisa away and can be reached quickly and easily by public transport, car or bicycle via Viale D’Annunzio. The town was mostly built during the economic boom of the late 1800s, as a seaside resort and was further developed in the 1930s. Many of the villas built during the Art Nouveau era are still existent and have been renovated.

The quiet coastal town is located at the mouth of the Arno River and offers a sandy bathing bay that is well protected from wind and waves, which is why it attracts visitors not only in summer but also in spring and autumn.

Children can splash around in the shallow, gently descending water while parents enjoy a sunbath. Pine forests stretch along the coast, creating a beautiful backdrop.

Some of the beaches near Pisa are public and free to use, but there are also paid areas equipped with everything you need for a relaxing day at the sea. In the lidos you can rent umbrellas and lounges, there are sanitary facilities, usually also a small restaurant and a rescue service, which ensures a safe stay in the water.

Along the coast you can find lidos, restaurants with local cuisine, but also pubs, bars and nightclubs for night owls.

So, if you are looking for an alternative to the city with all its culture and want to take a day off, we recommend a trip to the sea, where you can enjoy the lightness of being and experience a relaxed and carefree day while playing with your toes in the sand or enjoying the gentle waves and the salty water on one of the beaches near Pisa.