The Etruscans Coast boasts a century-old tradition
and combines the rural culture and products with sea and fishing culture, giving birth to a genuine, nourishing and extremely various cuisine.
Many delicious recipes of the Etruscans Coast have fish as their main ingredient: the most popular fish soup is the “caciucco alla livornese” (Livorno style caciucco), followed by the sepia rise, Livorno style mullets, giltheads, dentexes, bluefish, octopus and cuttlefish.
The meat, venison, vegetables and legumes are typical of the inland cuisine, the wild boar cooked in a thousand different ways, pappardelle pasta with hare sauce, the Florence style stake, the beans with oil, these are only some examples of the typical dishes.
Every meal is completed with the addition of millenary history products, the wine
and the olive oil
, the golden liquid, that here they have a pleasant and inviting taste and scent.
The Etruscans coast is known to specialized magazines news and to the lovers from all over the world for its great wines. At 5 kilometres from the Hotel Marinetta there is the famous avenue of Bolgheri’s cypresses, where on both sides of the avenue there are the Sassicaia
vineyards and the wineries producing Ornellaia
At short distance the oil mills
show the cold pressed extra virgin olive oil production, true quality product of our area.
At the hotel restaurant “Ombra della Sera”
(Evening shadow) the guests will have the possibility to taste some of our culinary traditions specialities.
The paths of the great cuisine, of the very great wines and very good extra virgin olive oil are a different way to discover our land.
The hotel offers packages
including visits to the wineries and to the oil mills with sampling.
The Etruscans Coast boasts high level restaurants,
considered by the greatest specialized guides:
Some restaurant next to the Hotel:
in Marina di Bibbona "La Pineta"
in Cecina "Scacciapensieri"
in Cecina "Trattoria Senese"
in Cecina Mare "Olimpia da Gianni"
in Cecina Mare "Da Andrea"
in San Vincenzo " Gambero Rosso"
It worth a visit, even if far:
"Da Bracali" in Massa Marittima
"Da Caino" in Montemerano