The municipality ofBibbonalies inVal diCecinaand its territory,which includesabout 4KM ofbeachesand a great forestof greatnatural value,extendsfrom the slopesof the Colline Metallifereuntil theMaremmaand the costabathed bythe Ligurian Sea.The coast islow and Sandy,characterized byextensivepine forestsandbeaches.
On the outskirts of the village liesthe Macchia dellaMagona,a1635hectaresforest, fullof paths andnatural pathsthat connecttothe Val di Cornia parksandwoodedareas withhollow tiles. The foresthostsabiogeneticprotectednature reserve,which includesplantsincludingseedArboretum,adult plantsbruziopine, Cypressandpinehome,placed in a context ofMediterranean vegetationwithwildspeciesasHolm oak,theoakandTurkey oak. Marina di Bibbona, on the coast, is a modern and well-equipped seaside resort offering offering good accomodation (hotel and camping sites)
Thehistoriccenterof the village,withstonepaved streets, windswithinthe perimeterof the old Castleand houses somebuildingsof greatartistic and historicalvalue.BetweencivilarchitectureisPalazzo del Comunevecchio,the medievalplantandfrom the façadeadorned withcoats of arms of manynoble families;It is notknowntheyear established, andnumerousrestorationsare documentedfrom the1600sto the present day.Gramscisquarestands the PalaceGardini,whowasin theDucalseat ofRoyalPossessionsadministration;It wasauctioned offat the end of the eighteenth centuryandassumed itscurrent appearanceduring thenext century.Otherpresence isthe medievalsource ofBacchus,located justoutside the walls.
Bibbonahasnumeroustraces ofancient fortifications.At the highest pointof the town,atVictorySquare,stands theso-calledRocca;probablyit was builtaround the13th centuryas the residence ofanoblefamily,butlater it wasused as a watchtower.Restored several timesover the centuries,the topcollapsedfollowing theearthquake in1846.In thefrazioneof Marina di Bibbonais alsoan18th centuryFort,builtby theLorena.
About1km from the cityisan oldwindmillIl Cardellinoactive fromthe 18th centurytothe early 20th century.Was restored in1967by ownerHenryNiccolini.