Maremma is a land rich in history and traditions, and its historic villages are living testimony to this. These places, nestled among the Tuscan hills, tell stories of past eras and offer visitors a unique experience.

Pitigliano: The Little Jerusalem

Pitigliano stands on a tufa plateau and is distinguished by its houses carved directly into the tufa rock. This village is known as "The Little Jerusalem" because of the presence of a significant Jewish community that settled there in the Middle Ages. Pitigliano's Jewish ghetto is one of the oldest and best-preserved in Italy, with its synagogue, shops, and homes. Walking through the narrow streets of the historic center, you can admire medieval and Renaissance architecture and enjoy breathtaking views of the valley below.

Sovana: The Etruscan Village

Sovana is a small village that has retained its medieval charm. But what makes Sovana unique is its Etruscan heritage. Near the village, there are numerous Etruscan tombs carved into the rock, including the famous Tomba Ildebranda. Sovana's cathedral, dedicated to Santa Maria Maggiore, is a splendid example of Romanesque architecture.

Massa Marittima: The Pearl of Maremma

Massa Marittima stands on a hill overlooking the plain below. The heart of the village is Piazza Garibaldi, where the magnificent Cathedral of San Cerbone stands, a masterpiece of Romanesque-Gothic architecture. In addition to the cathedral, the square houses the Town Hall and the Fonte dell'Abbondanza. Massa Marittima is also famous for its "Tree of Fertility," a fresco dating back to the 13th century.

Roselle: The Ancient Etruscan Ruins

A few kilometers from Grosseto, Roselle is an archaeological site of great importance. It was once one of the main Etruscan cities. Today, its ruins offer a fascinating insight into life in the Etruscan and Roman periods. The Etruscan walls, the Roman amphitheater, and the baths are just some of the structures still visible.

Capalbio: The Village by the Sea

Capalbio is a small medieval village located on the coast. Known as "The Little Athens" for its vibrant cultural atmosphere, Capalbio offers narrow cobbled streets, ancient walls, and panoramic views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Not far from Capalbio is the famous "Tarot Garden," an artistic park inspired by tarot cards.

Monte Argentario: The Mountain by the Sea

Monte Argentario is a mountain that rises directly from the sea, connected to the mainland by three thin strips of land. It offers breathtaking landscapes, hidden coves, and scenic trails. The villages of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole are the main inhabited centers of Argentario and offer picturesque ports, fortresses, and excellent seafood restaurants.

Lake Burano: Oasis of Peace and Nature

Lake Burano is a nature reserve located along the coast. It is a protected area that hosts many species of migratory birds. The calm waters of the lake, surrounded by lush vegetation, offer a peaceful refuge away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Magliano in Tuscany: History and Wine

This charming medieval village is surrounded by well-preserved walls and towers. The streets of the historic center are lined with historic buildings and ancient churches. Magliano is also known for producing high-quality wines, especially Morellino di Scansano.

Every corner of Maremma hides a treasure, and these places are just some of the many that this region has to offer. Exploring Maremma means discovering a land rich in history, culture, and natural beauty.

Saturnia: The Thermal Waterfalls

Saturnia is famous for its thermal waterfalls, where water flows at a temperature of 37.5°C. These thermal waters are known for their beneficial and therapeutic properties. The Cascate del Mulino, in particular, are natural pools where you can immerse yourself all year round, enjoying breathtaking views of the Tuscan countryside.

Maremma Natural Park

The Maremma Natural Park, also known as Parco dell'Uccellina, is a protected area that extends from the coast to the inland hills. The park is a rich and varied ecosystem, with pine forests, sandy dunes, marshes, and Mediterranean scrub. It is the ideal place for hiking, birdwatching, and observing wildlife, such as wild boars, deer, and Maremma horses.

Punta Ala: The Pearl of the Coast

Punta Ala is a seaside resort known for its golden beaches and crystal-clear waters. In addition to natural beauty, Punta Ala offers a modern marina and numerous nautical activities. Its coastline is ideal for sailing, windsurfing, and diving.

Monte Amiata: The Giant of Tuscany

Monte Amiata is the highest mountain in Tuscany and offers varied and fascinating landscapes in every season. In winter, its slopes become a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts. During other seasons, the mountain is a paradise for hikers, with numerous trails crossing chestnut and beech forests. The area is also rich in thermal springs and small historic villages.


Choosing to stay in one of our tourist accommodations in Maremma is not just a choice of convenience, but a real invitation to experience the essence of this fascinating land.

Maremma, with its unspoiled landscapes, deep history, and authentic traditions, offers an experience that goes beyond simple tourism.

And we, with our carefully selected accommodations, want to offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in this atmosphere, to feel part of this land, and to experience Maremma in all its aspects.

Every awakening will be a new beginning, every sunset an indelible memory, every moment spent in our accommodations a dive into the authentic heart of Tuscany.

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