In the historical center, you can visit the Rocca (or Castle) dating back to the 15th century. The intriguing Church of San Giovanni Battista with its characteristic bell tower is housed in a building that once served as a munitions depot and is well worth a visit.
Lake Prile was once east of the village, but went dry over the centuries and a vast marsh was formed. This was resolved by the Grand Dukes of Lorraine, who also built the well-known house of Rossa Ximenes. Today, there is the Diaccia Botrona nature reserve, considered the most significant wetland in Italy.
The territory of Castiglione della Pescaia is perfect for long walks, horseriding or cycling. The asphalted roads or paths that go among the moss and pine needles make it ideal. The sea is very pleasant with long stretches of beach with fine and clear sand extending to the edges of the pine forests. Here, summer lovers will find everything they need for sailing and water sports, or to enjoy a relaxing lifestyle beside the seaside. The beaches of Castiglione della Pescaia allow you to be immersed in nature away from the noise and crowds of resorts.