Maremma is uncontaminated nature, ancient peasant traditions, cuisine made of simple and genuine ingredients, villages with an ancient history, thermal springs, crystal clear sea and art gardens. A unique land of its kind, still deeply wild and uncontaminated.


One of the most beautiful villages in Italy and undoubtedly an unmissable stop on your trip to the Tuscan Maremma. Walking through the streets of its ancient historic center will be like reliving a dip in the past, discovering the ancient mysteries of the Middle Ages.

Cascate del Mulino

“The most beautiful free spas in Tuscany” await you for a regenerating bath surrounded only by the silence of nature and the incessant and reassuring flow of water. Enjoy the extraordinary beneficial properties of this water and treat yourself to an experience of pure well-being!

Terme di Saturnia

Terme di Saturnia, one of the largest thermal parks in Europe. Wonderful outdoor pools, whirlpools, water courses, wellness center, golf course.


“La Spia della Maremma” one of the most fascinating villages of the Tuscan Maremma, from the terrace of the keep, at the highest point of the town, you can enjoy a panorama that sweeps almost 360 ° over the entire Maremma area, from the sea to the mountains.


“La Piccola Gerusalemme” is the only village in the Maremma to still preserve a Jewish ghetto and a synagogue that are still perfectly intact. Pitigliano is also included among the most beautiful villages in Italy.


This is the ancient Etruscan “Suana”, one of the oldest villages in the Tuscan Maremma and one of the most particular and evocative. Small and gathered around its main square – Piazza del Pretorio – it is a must.


Nicknamed “The Matera of Tuscany” for its particularity of blending perfectly with the rock on which it stands, Sorano is a small and fascinating Maremma village. Dominated by two imposing buildings, the Orsini Fortress and the Masso Leopoldino, it is one of the pearls of the Tufo Area.

Sea & beaches

The Maremma sea ranges from the hidden bays of the Argentario to the unspoiled beaches of Capalbio, passing through the tomboli of Giannella and Feniglia (which connect the promontory of Monte Argentario to the mainland), without forgetting the wonderful islands of the Tuscan Archipelago – the Giglio Island and Giannutri Island -.