The Maremma is an area in southern Tuscany that corresponds to the Province of Grosseto; it borders the Tyrrhenian Sea and it is mainly composed by the pure and amazing Tuscan countryside.
Maremma is a perfect destination for agritourism and for Etruscan history lovers, but you will also find breathtaking medieval villages, surprising islands, accessible beaches, incredible food and delicious wines as well! Here's what you should visit:
1) Mount Argentario has a fantastic coastline. This fairy-tale marine world offers exciting underwater opportunities, even once you leave the headland of Argentario and move along the Maremma coast toward characteristic beaches like Macchiatonda, la Torba, Chiarone and Capalbio.
2) Massa Marittima, a charming atmosphre enclosed within well-preserved city walls
3) Pitigliano, built in the tuff and with it's charming Jewish neighborhood plus the other two Etruscan, tuff-built villages Sovana and Sorano
4) Alberese, Talamone and the Uccellina nature park
6) Saturnia's hot springs
7) Scansano, for its panorama, food and wine
8) Castiglione della Pescaia and Punta Ala, two beach villages with a lively nightlife
9) Orbetello, its lagoon and the Feniglia