Tirrenia is a frazione of Pisa, Italy with a population of 3,112 inhabitants. Immersed in the pine forest of the Litorale Pisano and the Ligurian Sea (even if the name of the village refers to Tyrrhenian Sea, in Italian Mar Tirreno), Tirrenia is situated in the center of the coast of Tuscany and the Parco Naturale Migliarino, San Rossore and Massaciuccoli, between Pisa and Livorno.

In between Marina di Pisa and Calambrone, Tirrenia is an important goal of Italian seaside tourism and, more in general, European. Tirrenia is also an important tourist attraction for young people for its quantity of pubs and discos.


The city was founded during the years of the fascist regime. Benito Mussolini had this once swampy city transformed into what he called "The Pearl of the Mediterranean Sea." Many architects from all over Italy were called upon to build centers for orphans and houses for the rich. In the 1930s places for studying film were constructed, and la Pisorno was built, to expand the ideal of fascism in Italy and to make propaganda. Today, in the area of Tirrenia near Livorno, the old colonies built by Mussolini for orphans are now being restored since they were abandoned after World War II. These colonies are going to be used as future tourist attractions.

Places of interest

Theme Parks

  • Ciclilandia
  • Fantasilandia
  • Luna Park
  • Parco Giochi Mattera Gian Carlo

Health and Well-Being

  • Carbonella Centro Estetico Solare
  • Centro Estetico Solarium Hubenà
  • Farmacia Caroti Ghelli Marcello

Camping Sites

  • Saint Michael
  • Mare e Sole
  • Camping Pineta

Nightly Interests

  • Caminetto Pianobar
  • Le Scimmie
  • Night Club Open Gate
  • Maraqua
  • Piccadilly
  • Pepila Club & Pepila Beach
  • Sander's


  • Alma
  • Calypso
  • Corallo
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Delfino
  • dei Carabinieri
  • della Finanza
  • dei Paracadutisti
  • Europa
  • Fiorella

  • Florida
  • Golf
  • Hoasy
  • Imperiale
  • La Perla
  • Laura
  • Lido
  • Lomi
  • Luana
  • Maddalena

  • Maestrale
  • Mary
  • Meloria
  • Miramare
  • Mistral
  • Nettuno
  • La Pace
  • Paradiso

  • Roma
  • Rosa
  • Rosalba
  • Siria
  • Tirrenia
  • Venere
  • Vittoria
  • American Beach


Tirrenia's economy is mainly based on tourism, more on a national level than on a foreign one. Also, fishing is the fruit of profit for citizens of Tirrenia. Tirrenia besides is one of the most expensive maritime localities, where residences have costs that are elevating.


Tirrenia is above all visited by young people mostly from Pisa and Livorno because of the vast quantity of pubs and discos that the town has to offer. The main avenue provides access to camping grounds, seaside establishments, and high-quality, luxurious hotels. Families can attend numerous recreational centers and can visit 5 km worth of beach resorts.


Tirrenia has a Mediterranean and moderate climate even throughout the winter. The climate allows you to take a stroll, ride your bike, or go horseback riding through the vast pine forests.


With the presence of a training center CONI, many athletes go to Tirrenia to practice and at times relax by the seashore. Also, two Golf & Country clubs can be found, tennis courts, and public pools can be used for any water sports.

Sports Centers

  • Centro addestramento C.O.N.I.
  • Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club
  • Tennis Tirrenia
  • Tirrenia Golf Club
  • Unione Sportiva Tirrenia
  • Circolo Tennis Litorale Pisano

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