Villas in Maremma

Villas in Maremma

The Maremma

The vast territory of 5,000 km2 that makes up the Maremma includes both Mount Amiata, the highest mountain in Southern Tuscany, as well as 160 kms. of the cleanest coastline in Italy. What lies in between are fertile flatlands, marshes, wooded hills, natural thermal baths and charming towns perched on tufa ridges or ringed in walls of ancient stone. All is all, a rugged, varied, beautiful area with little pretense, but great appeal.

Read our guide to the Maremma


Guide to the Maremma

The Maremma
Historical Notes
Local Events
Things to Do
Towns and Sites
Food and Wine
Market Days
Restaurants

The Maremma

While stretching between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto, the Maremma also extends over the southern Tuscan border into northern Lazio as far as Civitavecchia, from whose port ferries reach Sardegna, Italy’s 2nd largest island.

Monte Argentario flamingos Actually the Maremma coast is the departure point for reaching several of the islands in the Tuscan Archipelago, be it from Piombino to reach the island of Elba or from Porto Santo Stefano to reach the islands of Giglio or Giannutri. Monte Argentario itself may feel like an island but is actually a p...

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