Our Location

Our location is on Costa degli Etruschi, a wonderful place that still keeps the original charm of an old land protected by centuries of history, a place where you can feel a deep harmony between man and nature.

Casa Milla is totally surrounded by a pure and untouched nature, with the typical colours and perfumes of Tuscan countryside. Moreover, you can easily reach famous cities of art, such as Pisa, Firenze, Siena, Volterra, S. Gimignano, the best tourist centres of Riva degli Etruschi.

This farm is 5 kms from Cecina, and 3 kms from the sea and seaside resorts. You can easily reach Castiglioncello, Bolgheri, Castagneto Carducci, Bibbona and Populonia in minutes.

When the weather is clear and fine, you can go to the beach and have a wonderful look at all the Tuscan islands. You can have a great one-day trip to Isola d’Elba, by ferry-boat from Piombino.



A sea of brilliant colors that fade from emerald green to deep blue on the horizon, with clear seabeds rich in fish and very long beaches interrupted by headlands, gulfs and small coves. Nearly 90 kilometers of land bathed by the sea that stretches from Castiglioncello, immediately after Livorno, to Piombino, offering a varied coastal landscape awarded Blue Flags in several stretches for the quality of its waters and tourist services.

The Sea Slope Vada – Livorno

The first stretch of the Etruscan Coast below Livorno is characterized by charming pebble coves that plunge into a deep sea, whose rocky seabed is a favorite destination for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. In the area between Castiglioncello with the Baia del Quercetano, Rosignano and Vada sand and rocks alternate, creating the perfect combination for those seeking sheltered coves, clear waters and the opportunity to practice water sports.

The Tomboli di Cecina Nature Reserve is located in Marina di Cecina and includes the Tomboli, long strips of dunes covered with dense vegetation that extend inland from the beach towards the coastline and represent a characteristic ecosystem created to defend the cultivated areas from the sea winds.

The Reserve, which stretches for 15 kilometres, is one of Italy’s most beautiful forests, rich in a dense and varied vegetation that differs as one moves inland from the sea. Lilies and sea poppies bloom on the beach, junipers grow in the low scrub and holm oaks, maritime and domestic pines prevail in the high scrub.

The reserve offers shelter to various species of animals: wild rabbits, foxes, weasels, porcupines, deer and badgers. Birds include turtle doves, green woodpeckers, hoopoes and wood pigeons, which stop here for long periods of time.

Cecina is a town on the Etruscan Coast of very ancient origins; some finds date the first settlements in this area as far back as the Neolithic period.

The area – also inhabited in Etruscan times – owes its name to the consul Albino Cecina, of Etruscan origin, who ordered the construction of a villa, the remains of which can still be visited today in San Vincenzino.

Nowadays, Cecina is a lively town, where it is pleasant to stroll through the quiet streets of the centre, a meeting place for young people and families.

Only 3 km from Casa Milla a brand new shopping centre for all our customers’ needs.

13 super shops for electronics, furniture, clothing, household goods, sport, as well as an area for Spazio Conad.

You will also find a restaurant with typical cuisine and Sushi Ko for lovers of Japanese cuisine.