Photo © C. D'Aliasi
Vitozza
Archaeological sites

Vitozza rock settlement

Inhabited from the 12th to the 17th centuries, it is one of the widest rock settlements in Italy

the remains of the walls of Vitozza
the remains of the walls of Vitozza - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
Vitozza rock settlement
Vitozza rock settlement - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
the remains of the ancient castle of Vitozza
the remains of the ancient castle of Vitozza - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
wild orchids
wild orchids - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
chiesaccia of Vitozza
chiesaccia of Vitozza - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
inside an ancient house in Vitozza
inside an ancient house in Vitozza - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
colombare
colombare - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
Vitozza landscape
Vitozza landscape - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
custodi delle vie cave
custodi delle vie cave - Credit: C. D'Aliasi
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Sorano
Centuries-old village dug into the tuff rock in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma
Sorano is an ancient city that flourished in the Etruscan era. Given its position perched on a cliff and dug into the rock (like the nearby Pitigliano), Sorano is also known as the Matera of Tuscany with its rocky villages and charming pathways through the quarries, frequented since the Etruscan period. ...
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