Castiglione della Pescaia:
a Tuscan treasure on the sea.

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Castiglionedella Pescaia
DiacciaBotrona
Rocchette
Pian di Rocca
Punta Ala
Tirli
Buriano
Vetulonia

A town of Etruscan origin located on a hill near the sea. Castiglione della Pescaia offers many opportunities for lovers of nature, history and culture. It is an ideal place to spend your holidays.

The Diaccia Botrona nature reserve is a protected natural area featuring a marshy environment. The distinctive “Casa Rossa” built by Leonardo Ximenes is located within it.

A very well-known seaside resort named after the Rocchette Fortress, a watchtower dominating the cliff overlooking the sea. Surrounded by a beautiful pine forest, the golden beach is bathed in crystal-clear waters.

Now a small, picturesque village overlooking the Grosseto plain from the top of a hill, Vetulonia was one of the richest and most flourishing Etruscan cities and it is mentioned by the most important ancient literary sources.

Pian di Rocca has a history stretching back to Etruscan and Roman times. The natural beauty of the area and its rich history make it an excellent destination for those in search of a holiday dedicated to culture and relaxation.

Buriano is a small medieval village nestled between splendid dense, verdant woods and the blue sky of the Maremma. The main attractions to visit include Aldobrandesca Fortress.

Tirli stands in a hilly location at an altitude of 580 metres, immersed in a thick verdant forest of oak and chestnut trees from which wonderful views of the sea can be glimpsed.

A famous holiday location that attracts numerous tourists each year thanks to its long coastline with fine, golden beaches, enhanced by beautiful inlets and surrounded by dense Mediterranean scrub, typical of the area, and large pine forests.

The beauties of
Castiglione della Pescaia,
the pearl of Tuscany

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