Via Matteo di Giovanni, 35, 58100 Montepescali GR, Italia
A castle built on a hill near Lake Prile in the Grosseto area, it owes its name to the activity that mainly sustained it: fishing. Characterized by narrow streets and beautiful panoramic views, it is also called "The Terrace on the Maremma". Its elevated position allows you to enjoy an exceptional view that sweeps from the plains to the sea.
Be captivated by the quaint alleys leading to picturesque little squares adorned with skillfully tended flowers and plants. Discover it slowly, passing from the church of saints Stefano and Lorenzo to the castle square, overlooked by the parish church of San Niccolò, a small 13th century jewel embellished with a 14th century pictorial cycle from the school of Bartolo di Fredi, a well-known painter of the Sienese School.
As you stroll through the streets of the village, remember to look up at the stately buildings that characterize it and don't miss the old hospital and the clock tower: follow the walls for a stretch from the outside to appreciate the surrounding countryside and, why not ... let yourself be tempted by one of the small restaurants and their genuine, timeless cuisine.