Argentario is a gem in the already beautiful Maremma countryside. This is also well known by the many celebrities that enjoy, since many years now, living here or staying for the holidays. In this brief guide we are going to suggest you a few points of interest that are really worth visiting along with beaches and bike trails on the coast. Even more, you will surely enjoy our hints on what to eat, where to stay and what to do in your nights out in Maremma.
Knowing not Isola del Giglio should be considered a capital sin: 21 square kilometers of natural wonders of pristine purity; emerald waters where to dive in, amazing sunsets and unique flavors to leave you speechless. This is the place where to live your perfect holiday without going halfway around the world.
Buying a nice piece of meat like this is the first step towards the pleasure of tasting high quality meat. The first step, in fact: to properly prepare the meat, and especially the Fiorentina, is an art and as such requires some care and a little desire to practice.
Some hidden corners of Maremma, where cattles still live in the wild, reveal fragments of a world that was still current until post-conflict transformations. Let's uncover together one of the most famous tuscan traditions.
Located near the town of Roccalbegna, on the southern side of Mount Amiata, it covers about 130 hectares and consists of large areas of forest and forest edges, and is crossed by two rivers converging and wedging in a narrow "canyon" ...
Located around the municipality of Orbetello, it covers about 800 acres, between the Argentario peninsula and the coast. Argentario is connected by two strips of land (called "tomboli"): Giannella (north) and Feniglia (south), and by an artificial dam to a narrow peninsula where the town of Orbetello lies.