Mount Amiata is an unmistakeable presence in the Maremma landscape: the only true mountain in southern Tuscany and, at 1736m, the highest extinct volcanoe in Italy. Known for its medieval towns, its food and wine and its ski slopes, it is covered in a magnificent forest which alternates from chestnut to firs and beech. Facing […]Read More...
Each year an italian organisation Legambiente (eng. League for the Environment) evaluates and selects most sustainable beaches of the country. In 2014 the best Italian and Tuscan beach is located in Castiglione della Pescaia, small village in Maremma land, Tuscany. It‘s not a big surprise – Castiglione della Pescaia beach already has prestigious „Blu Flag“ […]Read More...
Capalbio is an ancient village surrounded by the Maremma countryside. Inside the medieval walls you can “feel” the old atmosphere of the past centuries; walking through narrow streets, little squares and old walks will bring you back to the past. In the surroundings of the charming Capalbio in Maremma is the impressive Tarot Garden built […]Read More...
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