CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA
Historic seaside town by Etruscan origin located between Punta Ala and Marina di Grosseto, considered among the most beautiful tourist destinations of Maremma. The quality of water and the beach, the special care for the environment and endless possibilities for outdoor sports make Castiglione della Pescaia a natural paradise summer. The town is nestled in a pine forest where tourists find relaxation and recreation with walking, talking, picnics, horse riding. If the shade of the trees you prefer the warmth of the sun, even the sandy coastline offers all kinds of fun as surfing, snorkeling, beach volleyball, diving, sailing and more.
The town of Castiglione has maintained the feel of a medieval village it is still surrounded by turreted walls and dominated by the fifteenth-century Aragonese Castle. In the historical center are other examples of buildings built between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance just think of the Praetorian Palace, the Palace Camaiori, the Palace of the hospital or the Palace Centurions. On the territory of the municipality they are also brought to light the remains of several settlements of the prehistoric times and earlier, but also the remains of a Roman villa.
On summer evenings, the village comes alive with events and people with music, color and party under the stars. Many are also opportunities to sample the local products and traditional recipes. In the kitchen of Castiglione dominates especially the fresh fish caught by local fishermen. To achieve simple but tasty dishes are used mainly seasonal vegetables, fresh pasta and excellent local oil.
FARM HOLIDAYS CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA
The farmhouse is the rose garden located in a strategic position along the road leading from Grosseto to the sea of Marina di Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia, a five minutes drive from the sea and the city, the area also has a wide range of it...
Distance from Castiglione della Pescaia: 8 miles (Grosseto)
HOTEL CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA
The farm, "Badia di Susinana" extends for 1159 hectares at an altitude of 600 m, in a territory amidst the most suggestive confines of the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines.
Distance from Castiglione della Pescaia: 7 miles (Marina di Grosseto)