Unforgettable Getaway: Explore the Magic of Tuscan Maremma

Cycle Through Orbetello's Lagoon

Early autumn is the ideal time to explore Orbetello’s lagoon by bike. A 20 km flat cycle path, accessible for all skill levels, begins at the Orbetello-Monte Argentario train station. As you pedal along, enjoy sightings of pink flamingos and the enchanting views from the 1841 dam that links Orbetello to Monte Argentario.

Indulge in Capalbio's Gastronomic Festivals

Capalbio hosts the Sagra del Cinghiale during late summer and early autumn. This vibrant festival celebrates local flavours, particularly wild boar. It includes a rich cultural program, like the Capalbio Visual Arts Competition. It’s a perfect opportunity to taste the region’s best and immerse yourself in its artistic heritage.

Orbetello's lagoon cycle path
Orbetello's lagoon by bike

Immerse in Nature at Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve

Experience the untouched beauty of Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve with a guided boat tour available throughout the warm months. These tours take you through one of Tuscany’s most important bird-watching sites. Marvel over 200 bird species and visit the historical Casa Rossa, built in 1765, now serving as the reserve’s visitor centre.


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Relax and Rejuvenate at Saturnia Hot Springs

For ultimate relaxation, head to the Saturnia hot springs. Known as Cascate del Mulino, these natural thermal baths offer a unique and romantic experience. Soak in the warm, mineral-rich waters while enjoying the stunning natural surroundings. The nearby Terme di Saturnia resort provides luxurious amenities if you prefer more comfort.

Explore the Pristine Beauty of Giglio Island

Early autumn is perfect for visiting Giglio Island, free from the summer crowds. With 90% of the island remaining wild and unspoiled, it’s an ideal spot for couples who love trekking. Wander through the island’s 50 km of trails and mule tracks, and explore its three historic villages: Giglio Porto, Giglio Castello, and Giglio Campese.

Stroll Through Pitigliano, the ``Little Jerusalem``

Pitigliano, perched on a tuff cliff, offers natural beauty and cultural richness. Known as “Little Jerusalem,” this village is famous for its Etruscan heritage and well-preserved Jewish Ghetto. Visit the historic synagogue and enjoy a scenic walk through the ancient streets.

Take advantage of the breathtaking views from Via San Michele. This scenic viewpoint offers a perfect panorama of Pitigliano's cliffside setting.

Discover Follonica's Cast Iron Legacy at Magma Museum

In Follonica, the Magma Museum showcases the region’s industrial heritage through interactive displays in the historic San Ferdinando Furnace. With a guided tour, you can explore the fascinating history of cast iron production and enjoy the town’s vibrant street art scene.

Experience the Natural Wonders of Parco Regionale della Maremma

Don’t miss a visit to the Maremma Regional Park, which spans 8,902 hectares from Principina a Mare to Talamone. The park offers diverse activities, from bird-watching and canoeing to carriage rides through pine forests. Guided tours are available to help you explore this protected natural paradise.


Information: parco-Maremma.it; for carriage routes, carrozzedimaremma.it; for canoe routes and night excursions, SilvaCoop.

Plan Your Romantic Escape to Tuscan Maremma

Tuscan Maremma is a treasure trove of experiences, perfect for couples seeking a romantic and culturally rich holiday. From cycling along picturesque lagoons and indulging in local festivals to relaxing in natural hot springs and exploring historic villages, every moment in Maremma promises to be unforgettable. Start planning your dream getaway today and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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