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Discover Maremma

Sea and fishing towns, mineral hills and archeological parks, tuff cities, Mount Amiata and natural reserves. Art cities, medieval villages, Etruscan sites, museums, churches and natural parks. Maremma is all this and much more.

Whether you're visiting Maremma for the first time or for the 10th, here are our suggestions and tips on what to see in this beautiful area of Tuscany. A land as wild as the Maremma is a discovery every single time you visit it!

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  • Talamone in Maremma

    Talamone in Maremma

    Talamone is a charming fishing village, with its historical center dwarfed by the ancient castle of the Aldobrandeschi clan which offers great views over the Silver Coast. It is an attractive Tuscan seaside destination surrounded by the Natural Park of the Maremma.

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  • Tarot Garden in Capalbio

    Tarot Garden in Capalbio

    The Tarot Garden is an amazing garden displaying large, impressive sculptures by the French artist Niki de Saint de Phalle depicting the 22 Major Arcana of the Tarot cards.

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  • Capalbio

    Capalbio

    Capalbio is a charming medieval village in Maremma overlooked by the Fortress of the Aldobrandeschi and imposing, ancient walls from which you can admire a breathtaking landscape of the Maremma area.

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  • Saturnia and its Thermal Baths

    Saturnia and its Thermal Baths

    Saturnia is a beautiful town in Maremma famous for its thermal baths, the sulphurous waters well-known for their therapeutic properties. In addition to the spa centers, the outdoor waterfalls are freely available to the public.

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