Abbadia San Salvatore

Abbey of Sant'Antimo

Albarese

Acquapendente


anghiari

Archipelago Toscano


Arcidosso


Arezzo


Asciano


Badia di Coltibuono


Bagni San Filippo

Bagno Vignoni

Barberino Val d'Elsa

Beaches

Bolsena Lake


Bomarzo

Brunello di Montalcino

Buenconvento

Campagnatico


Capalbio


Castel del Piano


Castelfiorentino

Castell'Azarra

Castellina in Chianti


Castelmuzio


Castelnuovo Bererdenga


Castiglioncello Bandini


Castiglione della Pescaia


Castiglione d'Orcia


Castiglion Fiorentino


Celleno


Certaldo


Chinaciano Terme


Chianti


Chiusi


Cinigiano


Città di Castello

CivitÀ di Bagnoregio


Colle Val d'Elsa


Cortona


Crete Senesi


Diaccia Botrona

Isola d'Elba

Firenze


Follonica


Gaiole in Chianti


Gavorrano

Gerfalco


Greve in Chianti


Grosseto


Lago Trasimeno


La Foce


Manciano


Maremma


Massa Marittima


Montagnola Senese


Montalcino


Monte Amiata


Monte Argentario

montecalvello

Montefalco


Montemassi


Montemerano


Monte Oliveto Maggiore


Montepulciano


Monteriggioni


Monticchiello


Monticiano


Orbetello


Orvieto


Paganico


Parco Naturale della Maremma


Perugia


Piancastagnaio


Pienza


Pisa


Pitigliano

Prato

Radda in Chianti


Roccalbegna


Roccastrada


San Bruzio


San Casciano dei Bagni


San Galgano


San Gimignano


San Giovanni d'Asso


San Quirico d'Orcia


Sansepolcro


Santa Fiora


Sant'Antimo


Sarteano


Saturnia


Scansano


Scarlino


Seggiano


Siena


Sinalunga


Sorano


Sovana


Sovicille

Talamone

Tarquinia


Tavernelle Val di Pesa


Torrita di Siena


Trequanda


Tuscania


Umbria


Val d'Elsa


Val di Merse


Val d'Orcia


Valle d'Ombrone


Vetulonia


Viterbo

Volterra




 
Walking in Tuscany
             
 
Grosseto
album Surroundings
       
   
Grosseto

   
   

Grosseto is a town and comune in Tuscany, and the capital of the Province of Grosseto. Grosseto lies on the Tuscan coast of the area known as the Maremma, a large and diverse area covering parts of southwestern Tuscany and some of northern Latium. The Alta Maremma is the northern part, from Grosseto northwards to Cecina River just south of Livorno.

Grosseto itself is a relatively recent city that developed during the mediaeval period on a site where Etruscan boats used to pass through the marshes.
Grosseto was originally surrounded by a marine gulf that, over the centuries, was transformed into a large lagoon. Although it was damaged by bombing during the 2nd World War, the city has a lovely old town center enclosed by its marvelous Hexagonal Walls. They were built by the Medici at the end of the 16th century from a design by Baldassarre Lanci. The Fortezza Medicea, the northeast bulwark of the walls, is a site of particular fascination consisting of tunnels, magazines and gatehouses.
Main sights of Grosseto are the Medicean Walls, the Duomo, Palazzo Aldobrandeschi, the Museo Archeologico e d'Arte della Maremma and Roselle Archeological Area.

Museum of Natural History of the Maremma |
Via Mazzini 61, 58100 | Tuesday - Sunday 8.30 - 12.30, 14.30 - 19.00
In the various sections of the museum, we find beetles, birds, mammals, various minerals, bone remains, and fossils that are typical for the natural environment of the area. The botanical section is also interesting.

Market in Grosseto is on Thursday.

Feast-Day of Saint Lorenzo | 9-10 August
The evening before the feast of Saint Lorenzo, patron saint of the city, a nighttime procession with the statue of the saint takes place in the streets of the city. The statue is carried by an illuminated wagon that is pulled by oxen and accompanied by cowboys on horseback. This is an ancient festival that dates back to 1138. The traditional procession took place every year up until 1875, and then after a long absence it was re-introduced in 1927.

Rose Tournament | 1 May and 15 August
This unique test of skill on horseback takes place between the most adept cowboys that try to rip a rose, fastened to their jacket collar, off of one another.

Branding of untamed animals | 1 May
This is a tourist event in which cowboys demonstrate the ancient art of the breaking of an untamed colt or a calf that is then branded to indicate ownership.

Food and wine

The heart of the Maremma region, near the village of Magliano, is a terrain of softly rolling hills covered by olive groves and vineyards, oak and cypress woods and wide-open fields of poppies and cornflowers.
The Maremma is renowned for its cuisine. Maremma is, in fact, the land of excellent wines, such as Ornellaia, Sassicaia, Montecucco and the widely renowned Morellino di Scansano , which matches perfectly with Maremma cuisine which is largely meat-based, from pigeon and rabbit to pork and wild boar.




 


1 La chiesa di San Francesco
2 Museo Archeologico e d'Arte
3 Palazzo del Comune
4 Duomo

Montepescali, on the way to Gavorrano

Principina a Mare

 

Grosseto, Piazza Dante and Duomo San Lorenzo


Duomo San Lorenzo

The Duomo (1294-1302) is the city's most interesting monument even though its many renovations have removed much of its primitive splendor. The Romanesque cathedral, is entitled to the patron St. Lawrence and was begun at the end of the 13th century, by architect Sozzo Rustichini of Siena. Erected over the already existing church of Santa Maria Assunta, it was finished only in the course of the 15th century (mainly due to the unending struggles against Siena). The façade of alternate layers of white and black marble is in Romanesque style, but is almost entirely result of the 16th century and 1816-1855 restorations: of the originary buildings, it retains decorative parts including Evangelists' symbols. The architectural plan is a Latin cross, with transept and apse. The main artworks are a wondrously carved baptismal font from 1470-1474 and the Madonna delle Grazie by Matteo di Giovanni (1470).
The campanile (bell tower) was finished in 1402, but restored in 1911.

The Celebration for the Patron of the City Saint Lorenzo is on the 9th of August: in that occasion people go in procession along the roads of the ancient town centre and the Butteri, the famous wild livestock tamers of Maremma, bring around the saint relics under their protection.

Palazzo Aldobrandeschi

Built in the Middle Ages, the Palazzo Aldobrandeschi was almost entirely rebuilt in the early 19th century. It is now a Neo-Gothic edifice with ogival mullioned windows, and merlons in the upper part of the walls.

The fortified walls. The first recognisable city wall remains date back to the Sienese domination, then once Grosetto and Siena passed under the Grand Duke, Cosimo I constructed new sturdier city walls capable of resisting new forms of warfaring. With the passage of time however, the city walls lost their strategic importance, and once demilitarized, they became public domain.

Grosseto, the Medicean Walls

The imposing and well-preserved Medicean walls date back to the 16th century, when Grosseto was the southernmost outpost of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany against Stato dei Reali Presidi Spagnoli. With a perimeter of 2900 metres, they still surround the city’s old town today.


Museo Archeologico e d’Arte della Maremma - Museo di Arte Sacra della Diocesi di Grosseto


The archeological and art museum and the Museo di Arte Sacra della Diocesi di Grosseto are housed in the former courthouse, the Palazzo del Vecchio Tribunale. The Museo Archeologico e d’Arte della Maremma has a collection of 5000 prehistoric, Etruscan and Roman relics. It is organized into 5 sections and presents the vicissitudes of the Etruscan city of Roselle in chronological order. One section is dedicated to the archeology of the province of Grosseto, excluding Roselle, from prehistory to late antiquity.

Founded in 1933, the Museum of Sacred Art of the Diocese of Grosseto also occupies the Palazzo del Vecchio Tribunale in the centre of Grosseto. Of great value is the collection of works mostly coming from the Cathedral of Grosseto, but also from many churches in the Diocese, attributable to Siena artists working in the area. The 13th century Giudizio Finale originally in the Chiesa di San Leonardo in Grosseto is attributed to Guidoda Siena or his school, the Cristo in Pietà by Pietro di Domenico (late 15th century), the Madonna by Girolamo di Benvenuto (early 16th century), the Madonna delle Ciliege by Sassetta (mid 15th century) coming from the Duomo di San Lorenzo as well as fragments of masonry from the exterior of the Duomo (Agostino di Giovanni, 14th century) and marble angels.
Museo Archeologico e d’Arte della Maremma, Museo di Arte Sacra della Diocesi di Grosseto, Palazzo del Vecchio Tribunale, Piazza Baccarini, 3, tel.0564/455132

Convent of St. Francis

In the nearby Piazza San Francesco the church bearing the same name dates from the 14th century. The interior has a 13th century crucifix and a frescoe depicting San Cristofano. It is an unparalleled complex of great historic and artistic value, composed of convent rooms, the sacristy and the church.
The church, consecrated in 1289, is severe and unadorned as the rules of the Franciscan order ordained. It has a facade decorated with a simple rosette and a fresco above the entry. The interior, which has a single nave, contains a very valuable work of art: the Cross on a tablet attributed to Duccio di Buoninsegna (1255/60 - 1319), the great Sienese artist who began the process of progressively humanising sacred figures, putting an end to the seriousness of the Byzantine tradition. The Christ depicted is animated by chiaroscuro effects and an extreme delicacy in his facial features.
In addition to the numerous 14th and 15th century frescoes that decorate the church walls, it is possible to admire a cycle of Baroque painting by the Amiata painters Antonio and Francesco Nasini. These are located in the 18th century chapel dedicated to St. Anthony of Padua. The fresco of Transito di sant’Antonio stands out for its elegance of execution.
The cloister, around which the rest of the structure is built, was restored by Ferdinando I de’ Medici in 1590. He had a well, called the Bufala, built to compensate the monks for the loss of a wing of the convent, destroyed to make space for the imposing Medicean Walls.
The bell tower is interesting, although of debatable aesthetic value. Damaged by a lightening-bolt, it was rebuilt at the beginning of the 1900s by Lorenzo Porciatti, who, in accordance with the fashion of the time which called for the recovery of medieval styles, rebuilt it in the Neogothic style.


Panisque Dulcis - Panetteria e Pasticceria


Viale Matteotti 12/14
58100 Grosseto
0564 416242
Orario: dal Lunedì al Venerdì dalle 7.30 alle 19.30
Sabato dalle 7.30 alle 13.00
Giorno di chiusura: Domenica

 

Siti di interesse storico culturale del Comune di Grosseto

The Museums of Maremma

Parco degli Etruschi - Grosseto

Grosseto On Line | The Map of Grosseto

A Wine Lover's Guide To Maremma | www.winespectator.com





 
Inside the Museum of Art and Archaeology of Maremma, the sector dedicated to the sacred art of the Diocese of Grosseto holds one of the most important 15th-century paintings in the entire province. The Madonna delle Ciliegie (Madonna of the Cherries) by Stefano di Giovanni, known as Il Sassetta”, one of the most eminent Sienese artists from the first half of the 15th century.
Grosseto, Piazza Dante with the Canapone monument, a sculpture dedicated to the Grand Duke Leopold II of Lorraine
Grosseto, Piazza Dante with the Canapone monument, a sculpture dedicated to the Grand Duke Leopold II of Lorraine



The province of Grosseto offers a fascinating landscape with a great variety, unspoilt beaches with pine forest, high mountains and many places of interest, historic sites, medieval villages and towns and Etruscan excavations. Outside the city there are many nature reserves such as the Parco Naturale della Maremma, the Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve, the Cetacean Sanctuary, and the National park of the Tuscan Archipelago, of which the Islands known as the Formiche di Grosseto are a part.
Places of interest in the surroundings of Grosseto are Castiglione della Pescaia, Montepescali on the way to Gavorrano, Roselle and in the south the Natural Park of the Maremma, one of the main natural reserves of the maremma territory.
The Maremma is bathed by a transparent sea along its long and multicolored coastline of sunny beaches and rocky cliffs. The large and accessible sandy shore of the Gulf of Follonica includes coves such as Cala Martina and Cala Violina as well as the furnished beaches of Castiglione della Pescaia, Marina di Grosseto and Principina a Mare.


The main attraction nearby is Castiglione della Pescaia, also known as Terrazzo o Balcone della Maremma, a very attractive town consisting of a fishing boat harbour dominated by a mediaeval castle.
The walled Medieval town, complete with towers, gates and a 15th castle, is perched on an outcropping of Monte Petriccio. Originally, to the east of the town, was the antique Lake Prile, an Etruscan possession before it became the Roman Portus Traianus. With the passage of time, the lake began to dry up and was replaced by a vast marsh land which was reclaimed as part of the work promoted by the Grand duke Leopold. The nature reserve of the Diaccia Botrona is what remains of that area today. It is considered one of the most significant wet lands in Italy with a rare ecosystem of international importance.
There are some other fascinating spots around Castiglione della Pescaia. Vetulonia is one of the most important Etruscan cities where it is possible to visit the necropolis and the archeological museum. The town of Tirli makes it easy to see what life was like in the Maremma of old. The ancient town of Buriano offers a Medieval castle and a spectacular view over the Maremma. And finally, about 15 km from Castiglione della Pescaia is Punta Ala.

Other sight of interest are the ruins of the Abbey of San Pancrazio al Fango, between Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia, and the Abbey of San Rabano, also in ruins, located in the Parco Nazionale della Maremma.

 

Castiglione della Pescaia
Roselle

   
The archaeological area of Roselle is located about 8 kilometres north of the city of Grosseto.
Inhabited since the 7th century B.C. and definitively abandoned only in the 17th century, Roselle is one of the largest visitable archaeological areas in Tuscany.
Roselle, now a municipal frazione of Grosseto, was once the main city in the area. In the 6th century B.C. Roselle was a large urban centre: in this period the town was also provided with walls. Their polygonal structure built with sandstone bricks can still be admired today. A very well preserved monumental complex dates back to the Roman Imperial age. It includes: the Forum and its annexes, the Domus dei Mosaici with its sophisticated thermal baths, the amphitheatre, the Spas and the roads paved with flagstones, which show visible marks left by cart wheels.

Today’s visitor can take the footpath along the walls, which are especially visible on the northern side, where some of the structures have preserved up to five metres of their original height.
The following centres are open to visits: the late-Roman baths, Decumanus, part of the wall belt, Valle del Foro, the hill where the amphitheatre rises, Terme Adriane and the southern hill.

Parco degli Etruschi - The archaeological area of Roselle
Opening hours: Nov - Feb: 9.00 - 17.30 | Mar - Oct: 9.00 - 19.30

Scientific Itineraries in Tuscany


 

Roselle, footpath along the walls
Montepescali

   
Montepescali, a town that dates back to the Xth Century, lies in the heart of the Maremma, a few kilometres from Grosseto, near the Poggio Pelliccia. Also called the falcon of the Maremma, Montepescali sits atop a hill, 222 meters above the Aurelia, one of the ancient Roman highways.
A large part of the ancient walls, with staggered towers, has been preserved; two gateways mark the boundaries of the entrances to the town: Porta Vecchia, facing the flatland and the sea, is located alongside a lovely circular tower, Torre del Belvedere. From the Baluardo on the western wall of the town, the Tyrrhenian Sea, the island of Giglio, and the highest mountains of Corsica can be seen.
Main sights are Torre del Belvedere, Torre del Guascone, Porta Vecchia e Nuova, Baluardo a tre punte, Palazzo Grottanelli, Palazzo Guadagni, Palazzo Guicciardini Corsi Salviati, Palazzo Tolomei, Palazzo Lazzeretti Concialini.

The Chiesa di San Niccolò lies in the highest part of Montepescali, near the fortress. Dating back to the 11th century, it is a Romanic style building with a rectangular layout and a gable roof. The walls of the interior are decorated with a cycle of recently restored 14th century frescoes of the Siena school.
The well-known altarpiece by Matteo di Giovanni, depicting La Madonna in trono con Bambino e i santi Guglielmo da Malavalle, Sebastiano, Maria Maddalena e Lucia (The Madonna on the Throne with Child and Saints William of Malavalle, Sebastian, Mary Magdalene and Lucy), originally comes from the Chiesa dei Santi Stefano e Lorenzo.

The Chiesa dei Santi Stefano e Lorenzo, dating back to the 12th century, is located at the entrance to the town of Montepescali. The church has an interesting 15th century fresco on the left wall L’assunzione della Vergine tra angeli musicanti e santi (The Ascension of the Virgin Among Musician Angels and Saints),

Montepescali | History, stories, legends
Parco degli Etruschi - Montepescali


The interior of the Maremma

 

Montepescali, Chiesa di San Niccolò
Those who leave the coast and venture into the interior will immediately note the signs of the reclamation of what were formerly marshy areas, then the traces of the age-old exploitation of the agricultural land, woods and minerals. The roads and canals of the reclaimed lands in the plain form geometric patterns, while characteristic features are the rows of eucalyptus planted as wind-breaks and the windmills serving to pump away the water. Straight, deserted roads run between cornfields dotted with the poppies and field flowers that have become a rarity with the spread of modern farming methods; one of the specialities of this area is the Moretti artichoke. Further inland, the landscape of the hills is the result of the system of agriculture known as mezzadria (sharecropping): vineyards and olive groves are interspersed with extensive woods and the thick Mediterranean macchia consisting of holm­ oaks, strawberry trees, cork-oaks and a dense undergrowth where the wild boar and porcupine find refuge. The more distant they are from the sea, the more the hills become rugged and wooded; here chestnut trees and Turkey oaks form the sparser woods that are ideal for mush­ roomers in the autumn. To the north, in the southern offshoots of the Colline Metallifere behind Massa Marittima, the wooded landscape stretches as far as the eye can see, inter­ rupted by the conspicuous erosional phenomena of the clay soils and by limestone out­ crops. Near Boccheggiano, on the banks of the Merse there's the remarkable spectacle of the old slag-heaps of the nearby pyrites mine at Campiano modelled by wind and water into an ochre and purple moonscape.

Those going up the valley of the Ombrone, on the other hand, will notice that the land­ scape is dominated by the huge cone of Monte Amiata and by Monte Labbro, on which, first of all, there is a prevalence of oak-woods (Turkey and downy oaks), then chestnut trees and, higher up, beechwoods.


 

Parco Naturale della Maremma
The scenery of the southern Maremma is very different: this is the realm of tuff, where the plateaux are deeply eroded. Medieval villages and ancient towns perched on top of rocky spurs dominate a landscape that's partially wild, with macchia and undergrowth, and par­ tially cultivated, with, on the terraces, vines being grown to produce a renowned white wine. This part of Tuscany has preserved important Roman and Etruscan remains, especially at Saturnia, and has a trio of fascinating towns in the eastern part - Sovana, Pitigliano and Sorano - that emerge from the tuff in which they seem to have been sculpted.[1]
 

Pitigliano
   
   

Porto della Maremma

 

The pleasure harbour, which has held Blue Flag status since 2006, is in Marina di Grosseto and is the perfect base for navigating the coast lapped by one of Italy’s cleanest seas. From Porto della Maremma it is possible to reach the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park, Europe’s largest marine park, every one of which differs in terms of the richness and uniqueness of flora and fauna: Elba, Giglio, Giannutri, Capraia, Montecristo, Pianosa and Gorgona, as well as small islands, such as Formiche di Grosseto, situated between the Tuscan mainland and Corsica.
Porto della Maremma welcomes boats of up to 24 metres.

Porto della Maremma
Marina di San Rocco Spa 
Porto Turistico n.12 
58100 Marina di Grosseto (GR)
tel. +39 0564 330075
Fax. +39 0564 330903
Tarife
email: info@portodellamaremma.it

 

Marina di Grosseto

 
   

Surroundings of Grosseto | Alberese 15 km | Cala Violina 38 km | Castiglione della pescaia 22 km | Marina di Grosseto 13 km | Montepescali 16 km | Vetulonia 22 km



Enlarge map

 

 

1 La chiesa di San Francesco | 2 Museo Archeologico e d'Arte | 3 Palazzo del Comune | 4 Duomo

 

Aeroporto della Maremma Corrado Baccarini di Grosseto

Grosseto does have its own airport and has been open to commercial air traffic since June 2005. So far this amounts to the occaisional charter flight, private flights and air taxis. There are no regular connections (scheduled flights). Grosseto airport was established as a major military facility before being opened to civil aviation traffic in the early 1960s, in response to the needs of the growing tourist industry.
www.grossetoairport.com

 

Holiday Accommodation Tuscany

Holiday homes in the Tuscan Maremma | Holiday home Podere Santa Pia

 



The towns and suburbs of Grosseto Province


58010 Alberese |
58010 Albinia |
58031 Arcidosso | Town Hall address: Piazza Indipendenza 30
58050 Arcille di Campagnatico |
58050 Baccinello |
58021 Bagno di Gavorrano |
58031 Bagnoli |
58030 Bagnolo |
58032 Bagnore |
58041 Batignano |
58020 Bivio di Ravi |
58020 Boccheggiano |
58010 Borgo Carige |
58040 Buriano |
58020 Caldana |
58042 Campagnatico | Town Hall address: Piazza G. Garibaldi 2
58010 Campese |
58050 Cana |
58011 Capalbio | Town Hall address: Via G. Puccini 32
58010 Capalbio Stazione |
58024 Capanne Vecchie
58040 Casale di Pari
58010 Casone
58033 Castel del Piano | Town Hall address: Via Marconi 9
58027 Castel di Pietra
58034 Castell'azzara | Town Hall address: Via G. Marconi 2
58010 Castell'ottieri
58040 Castiglioncello Bandini
58043 Castiglione Della Pescaia | Town Hall address: Via V. Veneto 5
58050 Catabbio
58050 Cellena
58010 Chiarone
58044 Cinigiano | Town Hall address: Piazzale Capitano Bruchi 3
58045 Civitella Marittima
58045 Civitella Paganico | Town Hall address: Via Primo Maggio 6
58010 Elmo
58022 Follonica | Town Hall address: Largo Cavallotti 1
58010 Fonteblanda
58020 Frassine
58023 Gavorrano | Town Hall address: Piazza Bruno Buozzi 16
58020 Gerfalco |
58020 Ghirlanda
58018 Giannutri
58012 Giglio Isola | Town Hall address: Via Vittorio Emanuele 2,
58013 Giglio Porto
58020 Giuncarico
58020 Grilli
58100 Grosseto | Town Hall address: Piazza Duomo 1
58040 Istia D'Ombrone
58020 Lago Boracifera
58051 Magliano in Toscana | Town Hall address: Via XXIV Maggio 9,
58014 Manciano
58046 Marina di Grosseto
58037 Marroneto
58010 Marsiliana
58024 Massa Marittima | Town Hall address: Piazza Garibaldi 8
58030 Monte Antico
58030 Monte Antico Scalo
58019 Monte Argentario | Town Hall address: Piazza Rioni 8
58024 Montebamboli
58010 Montebuono
58030 Montegiovi
58030 Montelaterone
58020 Montemassi
58050 Montemerano
58040 Montenero
58030 Montepescali
58035 Montepescali Stazione
58025 Monterotondo Marittimo | Town Hall address: Via Bardelloni 64
58010 Montevitozzo
58052 Montiano
58047 Monticello Dell'Amiata
58026 Montieri | Town Hall address: Piazza Gramsci 4
58050 Montorgiali
58010 Montorio
58040 Montorsaio
58050 Murci
58020 Niccioleta
58015 Orbetello | Town Hall address: Via Don Carlo Steeb 1
58016 Orbetello Stazione
58048 Paganico | Town Hall address: Via Primo Maggio 6
58050 Pancole
58040 Pari
58050 Pereta
58050 Petricci
58017 Pitigliano | Town Hall address: Piazza Garibaldi 37,
58050 Poderi di Montemerano
58050 Poggio Capanne
58050 Poggio Ferro
58050 Poggio Murella
58050 Polveraia
58010 Polverosa
58050 Pomonte
58018 Porto Ercole
58019 Porto Santo Stefano
58020 Potassa
58020 Prata
58022 Prato Ranieri
58010 Pratolungo
58050 Preselle Sergardi
58040 Punta Ala
58020 Puntone
58020 Ravi
58027 Ribolla
58010 Rispescia
58043 Riva del Sole
58053 Roccalbegna | Town Hall address: Piazza Marconi 1
58036 Roccastrada | Town Hall address: Corso Roma 8
58028 Roccatederighi
58040 Roselle Terme
58031 Salaiola
58010 San Giovanni Delle Contee
58050 San Martino sul Fiora
58010 San Quirico
58010 San Valentino
58050 Santa Caterina
58037 Santa Fiora | Town Hall address: Piazza Garibaldi
58010 Santa Liberata
58040 Sasso D'Ombrone
58029 Sassofortino
58050 Saturnia
58054 Scansano | Town Hall address: Via XX Settembre 34
58020 Scarlino | Town Hall address: Via Martiri D`Istia 1
58020 Scarlino Stazione
58038 Seggiano | Town Hall address: Via Trento E Trieste 19
58030 Selva
58030 Selvena
58055 Semproniano | Town Hall address: Via Roma 35/39
58010 Sorano | Town Hall address: Piazza del Municipio 15
58010 Sovana
58030 Sticciano
58030 Sticciano Stazione
58040 Stribugliano
58010 Talamone
58040 Tatti
58040 Tirli
58030 Torniella
58020 Travale
58050 Triana
58050 Vallerona
58020 Valpiana
58040 Vetulonia
58031 Zancona

 


[1] The theme of the Tuscan coast has now become a publishing project, realized by the Touring Club Italiano and promoted by the provinces, their chief communes and the tourist organizations of the areas involved, with the aim of bringing the outstanding features and most fascinating tours to the attention of the public at large.
One of the most interesting aspects of this project is this general guide to the Tuscan coast and its highlights, with the enclosed road map and outline guide. Together they are a brief but complete source of information for visitors to the area.
[Source : Toscanamare Progetto Costa di Toscana | www.touringclub.it]