This place is a real gem, hidden away on the Tuscany coast. A former nun’s convent overlooking the sea, with a quiet, sandy beach right below the property. Great food, friendly staff. Watching the sun set from our dinner table under the trees was a beautiful experience. This place is quite unknown, but would be wildly popular if more people knew about it. It’s best to have rented a car if you want to stay here. We didn’t have one, and it was difficult to get to the hotel. The manager kindly drove us to the train station when we left, and would have picked us up from there if we had been smart enough to ask. So if you don’t have a car, take the train to Albinia (it’s on the Rome-Pisa line) and call or e-mail ahead to get picked up from the train station! You will not regret staying here - it’s a real magical place.