The Tuscan Maremma is a vast region that extends from the province of Livorno to that of Grosseto, developing on large alluvial plains, hilly areas and a long stretch of coast. From the Metalliferous Hills to the Argentario promontory passing through the tuff area and the Ombrone valley, Maremma has a very varied territory that deserves to be explored far and wide.
In Maremma there are some of the most renowned seaside resorts and some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Tuscany. Locations such as Orbetello, Porto Ercole and Castiglione della Pescaia or beaches such as Cala Violina and Feniglia are a real strength of the tourist offer of the Maremma.
Nature lovers can immerse themselves in the Parco Naturale della Maremma which stretches from the Uccellina Mountains to the coast. Here the wild animals and the herds wine in the wild immersed in the green of the woods and the Mediterranean scrub.
Maremma is also a land of spas; the best known are probably those of Saturnia, with the famous Cascate del Mulino, but in addition to these there are others such as those of Sorano and those of Venturina.
Here nature knows how to be wild even if man has been present for thousands of years. Both the Etruscans and the Romans proliferated in these parts and since then man has never left even when the environmental conditions were no longer favorable. Both the ancient age and the Middle Ages and also the Grand Ducal era have left many traces. Maremma is a land rich in archaeological sites (do not miss Vetulonia, Roselle, Sovana and the Vie Cave), medieval castles, many of which built by the Aldobrandeschi, historic villages such as Montemerano, Pitigliano “the little Jerusalem” or Massa Marittima, where there is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in all of Tuscany, and much more…