Seaside and Beaches

The transparent waters of the Maremma coast are first among the cleanest seas in Italy and its coast offers many possibilities: from large beaches, protected by lush pine forests, to completely uncontaminated areas.

The sandy shore of the Gulf of Follonica hides beaches such as Cala Martina and Cala Violina and continues up to the well-equipped beaches of Castiglione della Pescaia, an ancient and renowned medieval village; Marina di Grosseto or Punta Ala. An environment suitable for those who love contact with nature and the seaside, with all nearby comforts such as bars, restaurants and bathing establishments. The marvelous promontory of Monte Argentario with its coves and bays, some of which can only be reached by sea, is considered, for lovers of the underwater world, one of the most interesting areas in Italy for the fishiness of the sea with its seabed rich in shells and corals.

Among the many areas of the Maremma coast, do not miss the magical atmosphere of the Orbetello Lagoon, with its golden beaches of Feniglia and Giannella not far from the Capalbio coast. Without forgetting the Island of Giglio and the Island of Giannutri, to sail for a holiday in the Mediterranean area.

On our trip to Maremma, we cannot miss a break in the seaside villages of the Argentario, such as Talamone, Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole, to admire the unforgettable sunsets and unique landscape of the coast and islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Cala Violina (parking available) 33km
Rocchette 25km
Talamone 33km
Capalbio 60km
Marina di Alberese 25km
Principina a Mare 11km