Cala di Forno

Cala di Forno

Parco Uccellina, is a vast protected nature preserve on the most dramatic and pristine twenty-mile stretch of Tuscan coast. South of the Ombrone River’s sprawling delta, this chain of hills abounds with pastures, fields, and olive groves but the park is wild, with parts of it accessible only by foot or by sea. Its shores are cliffs and bluffs, but in its dead center is a secluded sandy bay called Cala di Forno. You will be surrounded only by total wilderness so bring your own food and wine. 

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