Maremma is a wild land with transparent sea, sunny beaches and rocky ravines. The Maremma coast has one of the cleanest seas in Italy, is protected by lush pine forests and areas completely uncontaminated too.
The sandy shore of the Gulf of Follonica hides beaches like Cala Martina and Cala Violina, as well as equipped beaches like Castiglione della Pescaia, an ancient and well-known medieval village and Marina di Grosseto or Punta Ala. An environment suitable for those who love contact with nature and the sea, without giving up conveniences such as bars, restaurants and bathing establishments.
The wonderful peninsula of Monte Argentario with its coves and bays, some reachable only by sea, is considered, for the lovers of the underwater world, one of the most interesting areas in Italy for the richness of fish and the rich seabed of shells and corals.
Not far from the coast of Capalbio, not to miss is the magical atmosphere of the Laguna di Orbetello with its golden beaches of Feniglia and Giannella. Without forgetting the beautiful island of Giglio and Giannutri.
Finally, the fishing villages of the Argentario, such as Talamone, Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole, are the ideal place to enjoy unforgettable sunsets and a unique view on the coast and the islands of Tuscan Archipelago.
The Natural Park of Maremma, also known as Uccellina Park, was the first institutionalized park in Tuscany, and is still today one of the most important naturalistic destinations in the entire region.
The territory of the park extends along the Tyrrhenian coast from Principina a Mare to Alberese, up to Talamone.
The territory of the Park includes a variety of landscapes, all equally important for their role in the life of the wildlife.
From a naturalistic point of view, the complex formed by the Uccellina mountains, from the pinewood in Marina di Alberese, to the mouth of the Ombrone river and to the swamps of the Trappola, constitutes a precious mosaic of ecosystems on which man has characterized the landscape without, however degrading or detracting from it.