Romanesque or romantic Tuscany? You can get to know both aspects of our beautiful region by visiting Massa Marittima, a medieval town inland from Grosseto. Surrounded by the metal-bearing hills, it’s easy to fall in love with Massa Marittima – and just as difficult to forget it.
Its symbol and its magic lies in the beautiful piazza that is home to the Cathedral of San Cerbone, one of the best examples of Romanesque style in Italy today. Here, in the total harmony of this small town of stone and silence, sobriety and balance, you find wooden furniture and artistic ceramics, home accessories and multicoloured mosaics.
Elegance, purity of shapes and expert colour and material combinations: these are the qualities possessed by those who craft cabinets and beds, invent items to decorate your home, and shape and paint vases, trays and ceramic jars.
These and many others are the striking products you’ll find as you walk the narrow streets in the centuries-old village.