Bibbona has the typical charm of a medieval village surrounded by nature. The town centre has cobbled stone winding streets and it’s home to the castle and some buildings of great artistic and historical importance. Noteworthy civic architecture includes the old Town Hall, the Palazzo Gardini and the Fonte di Bacco. Bibbona also preserves numerous traces of ancient fortifications, such as the so-called Rocca at the highest point of the town, probably built around the thirteenth century as a noble family’s residence.
Marina di Bibbona district is an international tourist destination, well-equipped for fun and relaxation, with many sports and entertainment options. Crystalline sea, thick pine forests and a nice beach with a medieval fort where cultural, photographic and food exhibitions are organized. The wood known as Macchia della Magona is a well-preserved natural stretch with many paths and a biogenetic oasis.