Forte Dei Marmi

St Tropez. Italian style.


Italy’s most aristocratic resort is splendido. Frappuccinos are frothed. Fendi bags are filled. Ferraris fire along the seafront boulevard. For a vision of Forte dei Marmi imagine Milan-on-Sea. A catwalk parade down sandy streets, fuelled by swordfish carpaccio and Aperol spritz.

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Your Guide to Forte dei Marmi

A Mini Adventure

After breakfast Forte dei Marmi relaxes by the water. 100 beach clubs of sybaritic excess sprawl on Italy’s widest, sandiest beach. Think St Tropez - with spumante and salami. Italian high society frequents the hottest clubs, which promise private pools, beach cabanas and Tokyo mule cocktails on demand. Beat them to the lounger with one call to your Y.CO Charter Specialist. Then swim back to Italy’s coolest restaurant - on your own yacht.

Exploration at its Best

Forte dei Marmi’s fragrant hinterland begs for exploration. Choose mountain bike, vintage Maserati or Vespa scooter. Or cruise into the Apuan Alps in an open-top Jeep. Race around marble quarries in use for 2,000 years. Ride up 1,000m mountains to induce Instagram envy. Rock up to a Tuscan farmhouse for an alfresco lunch. Forte dei Marmi serves once-in-a-lifetime adventures on a plate.

The Terroir of Super Tuscan Reds

Thirsty? Between Forte dei Marmi and Pisa sits the terroir of Super Tuscan reds. Pedal bikes around Ornellaia Winery. Where lines of vines are shaded by ancient olive trees. Take a sunset tasting at Petra Winery. An organic vineyard run by women and soaked with sun. Final fact: there’s enough wine in Tuscany to make Pisa’s tower look crooked. A sight best witnessed on a nighttime Pisa tuk-tuk tour.