Wonders on offer in Maremma
When you learn about the wonders on offer in Maremma, Italy, you may just need to refine your travel plans because this lesser-trod location in the far reaches of Rome is an area of Tuscany that travelers rarely expect yet never forget.
Visitors who have been fortunate to stroll along Maremma’s wild beaches, hike through the enchanting woodlands to beautiful hidden coves, encounter the enticing spider-webbed Etruscan tombs, venture down the historic silver mines, or visit the medieval castle villages will find Maremma is forever etched in their hearts.
If you’re looking for bright neon lights, vibrant nightlife and pomp and ceremony, this is not the place for you. Maremma’s many extraordinary places require no additional adornment. If you appreciate the natural wonders of the world and enjoy everything the great outdoors has to offer, this is one destination that should be top of your list. Whether you choose to hike, cycle, sail, surf, fish, watch birds, study the geology, or simply stroll from village to village enjoying some of the best wines and Italian food in the world, you won’t be disappointed.
The best thing of all? Tuscany is the perfect place for families, with plenty of thrills on offer to keep the little ones entertained.
A surprise around every corner
Be prepared to fall in love with this stunningly beautiful gem. Maremma has been known to capture the hearts and minds of visitors, and if you visit this beautiful area of Italy, you’ll understand why. Many people return time and time again, some even eventually call it their home.
Many tourists are lured by the rugged natural beauty of the untamed wilderness and jaw-dropping national parks that stir the deepest emotions and instantly provide a sense of peace and tranquility.
Others are attracted by the 250km-long Mediterranean coastline, which offers pristine beaches that stretch far beyond the horizon. The turquoise waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea are certainly a sight to behold, and many of the secluded sandy coves would not look out of place in a James Bond film. This side of Maremma is particularly popular with toddlers and small children who pass the days splashing in the shallow waters of the sea or embarking on mini adventures around the coves, marinas, and fishing villages.
Those who appreciate history will be mesmerized by the stunning Medieval villages and towns, many of which sit atop steep hillsides watching majestically over the valley below. In a place as peaceful and untouched as this, it is not difficult to momentarily transport oneself to centuries gone by.
The only thing that tops the scenery and landscape of this captivating area of Tuscany is the food. From rich wild boar to the freshest seafood, all washed down with the famous wines of the Tuscany region; expect a feast for all the senses.
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