from the point of view of the river
Arno on board a small ferry boat up
to the mouth of the river in the Thyrrhenian
ferry brings you to the river mouth
or to the entrance of the San Rossore
ferry boat can be taken in many small
docks along the Arno river
"new" channel as opposed
to the "dead" one at the
San Rossore Park
very original way to discover Pisa
and its region
lies close to the mouth of the river
Arno, just next to an extensive protected
area called Parco di San Rossore -
Migliarino. You can visit Pisa
from a very original perspective
taking our small ferry and get to
the park from the river.
cruises on ferry boat around Pisa,
to the park San Rossore and to the
Arno Mouth at the Thyrrhenian Sea
You meet your local English speaking
tour leader in Pisa and get on the
ferry right in town. We will see the
whole town and its spectacular
lungarni, with an endless series
of Renaissance palaces mirroring themselves
into the water, until we get out of
town into a charming green area, extending
for about 9 kms to the River Arno
into the Thyrrhenian sea.
Natural Park of San Rossore - Migliarino
and its pinewoods
way back upstream, we stop at the
main entrance of the San Rossore natural
park. San Rossore Natural Park
is a large protected area ranging
from Marina di Pisa, just 10 kms from
Pisa, to Torre del Lago, very near
to Viareggio. Most of its vast territory
is covered by pinewood hosting
an enormous variety of wildlife, including
the wild bore, the deer and above
all many different species of birds.
In the park the two Tuscan main
rivers Arno and Serchio flow into
the Thyrrhenian sea forming a unique
and highly protected sandy beach.
can see the park from an unusual perspective
and learn a great deal about the local
flora and fauna.
the map of the ferry stops
in Pisa here »
mini-cruise from Pisa to the park
and back takes about 2 hours.
Transportation to Pisa is not included.
need collection with our chauffeured
car, van or minibus, please specify
this in the booking form.