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Itinerari di Maremma

Maremma Toscana: Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia is one of the most efficient and attractive destinations in Tuscany. The old centre is perched on an outcropping  and, with its embattled towers, overlooks one of the loveliest landscapes in the Maremma.
Its massive walls with the castle have kept their medieval fascination, as have the narrow stone streets ancient portals and arcades.

Maremma Toscana: Riserva Naturale Diaccia Botrona

The Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve represents the last part of the Marshes of Castiglione and covers an area of 3145 acres. The Diaccia Botrona Reserve is among the most important areas of Tuscany for wintering and migration of many species of waterfowl, waders , the elegant pink flamingos, and nesting of herons and the Marsh Harrier. The Diaccia Botrona is a classified wetland of International Importance (Ramsar wetlands convention ), a real "gene bank" that contributes greatly to the maintenance of biodiversity. The Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve and the whole town of Castiglione are places of excellence, dedicated to biodiversity and sustainable tourism; a fine combination of nature, history and culture.

Maremma Toscana: Grosseto

Grosseto lies in a green plain traced by the flow of the Ombrone and its origins go back to the powerful Etruscan and Roman city of Roselle. Walking among the military, civil and religious monuments, you are able to cover twelve centuries of history. The city began to expand about 935 after the devastation of Roselle by the Saracens and became civitas in 1138 when Innocent II transferred the Episcopal seat there. 

Maremma Toscana: The Maremma Regional Natural Park

Known as the “Parco dell’Uccellina” because it includes the Uccellina hills which are part of it, this is the largest protected oasis in the Maremma, covering about 9.800 hectares.  It is open in all seasons, and provides itineraries of varying lengths and difficulty, taking in all the ecosystems typical of the area.

The Maremma Regional Natural Park

The traditional Maremma

The Butteri - the herdsmen, better known as Butteri, are the typical figures in the Maremma, which take us back to the old days when the hard work of the farm labourers began at dawn and ended at sunset, when the livestock was taken back to the barns and stables. These are the most classical figures in local tradition and are often the protagonists of local folk festivals.



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