A friend of mine wrote me about his project to visit Tuscany with public transportation this summer. I thought that it was a great, ecological idea that is worth to be shared with Around Tuscany readers. To give him many options I asked to some friends of Maremma to help me and here are their solutions. Enjoy! Follonica, Massa Marittima and Monterotondo Marittimo with train and bus You can arrive at Follonica’s station, take a bus to Puntone di Scarlino, walk from Puntone to Cala Violina, go back to Follonica and then you can spend the night in Massa Marittima. The following day you can go to Monterotondo and visit “Le Biancane” Nature Park. Orbetello and Argentario by train and bike Arrive in Orbetello with the train, take a bus to reach the village and then rent a bike in the centre. You can reach the Feniglia beach by bike along the bicycle path. You can stop at the harbour in Porto Ercole or arrive in Ansedonia by bike. You can go back trough the ancient Aurelia road on the bicycle path. Grosseto, Follonica and Castiglione della Pescaia by bus and bike From Grosseto or Follonica reach Castiglione della Pescaia by Tiemme, a company that from June offers transportation from the city centre to Rocchette, a village near Castiglione della Pescaia. From Grosseto to many places (seaside and villages) The seaside of Grosseto offers many buses leaving for a lot of places in the province. Rent a Vespa If you have a week in the Maremma you can follow this itinerary: 1° day: Arrive at Grosseto station and take a bus to Marina di Grosseto where you can rent a Vespa at http://www.vespanoleggio.com/ 2° day: tufa itinerary with Pitigliano, Sovana, and Saturnia. 3° day: Punta Ala and Cala Violina 4°day: Giglio Island 5° day Monte Argentario 6° day Monte Amiata 7° day: Massa Marittima Here is a link with all the buses of the province of Grosseto and Maremma area of Tuscany with timetables.
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