The province of Pisa
It extends from the alluvial plain of the River Arno, in the Tuscany, to the Ligurian Sea. To the north it borders with the Province of Lucca , East with the Province of Florence and Siena , South to the Province of Grosseto , On the west by the Province of Livorno and the Ligurian Sea.
The Province covers, including the capital, Pisa, thirty-eight municipalities.
List the province
Bientina, Buti, Calci, Calcinaia, Capannoli, Casale Marittimo, Casciana Terme, Cascina, Castelfranco di Sotto Castellina Marittima Castelnuovo di Val di Cecina, Chianni, Crespina, Fauglia, Guardistallo, Lajatico, Lari, Lorenzana Montecatini Val di Cecina, Montescudaio, Monteverdi Marittimo, Montopoli in Val d'Arno, Orciano Pisano Palaia, Peccioli, Pisa, Pomarance, Ponsacco, Pontedera, Riparbella, San Giuliano Terme, San Miniato, San Miniato, Santa Luce , Santa Maria a Monte, Terricciola, Vecchiano, Vicopisano, Volterra .
The area north of the province is crossed by the mountain of Monte Pisano, which separates the province of Pisa from Lucca.
The outlet to the sea, the coast Pisa, extends for about 15 km, and includes the following locations:
Calambrone, Tirrenia and Marina di Pisa in the town of Pisa, the beach most of the park;
a stretch of coastline of about 1 km, protected by the park managed by the Municipality of San Giuliano Terme;
Marina di Vecchiano, in the municipality of Vecchiano, also included in the park.