minimalist country-crafted furnishings and, somewhat predictably, a blockbuster
belvedere (viewpoint) of sweet Suvereto far far below.
Head uphill from Suvereto's main street along Via Piave to this creative osteria with an
appealing mix of old and new furnishings, a beautiful terrace facing the exquisite red-
brick Palazzo Comunale (town hall), and a menu squared firmly at foodies - the 12 differ-
ent sugar types served after dinner with coffee says it all.
MODERN TUSCAN €€
Fabulous Le Nuvole is one of Tuscany's fast-rising culinary stars. Talented chef Timothy
Magee, a particular ace at gelato and anything to do with chocolate, cooks up a modern
Tuscan cuisine - lots of fish - in the kitchen of this lovely boutique restaurant, while som-
melier Cristina works the outstanding wine list.
MODERN TUSCAN €€€
Enoteca dei Difficili
(Via San Leonardo 2; 6pm-2am Mon, Tue & Thu, to 3am Fri-Sun) This is a spirited spot with
brick-and-beam ceiling, stylish vintage chairs and a blockbuster selection of wines. The
wine bar has live music (check its Facebook page to see what bands are playing) and
serves crostini, panini, bruschetta and various €10 taglieri (tasting platters of wild boar,
salami, cheese etc).
TOP OF CHAPTER
Golfo di Baratti
The drive from San Vincenzo to pretty waterside Baratti in the Baratti Gulf is a dead-
straight 12km motor south along an avenue lined by sky-high parasol pines backing onto
beautiful sandy beaches. Baratti itself is a gorgeous little fishing port with a couple of