Europe’s hidden coasts
We also love the Amalfi coast and Capri, but unfortunately so do all tourist. The Tuscan beaches, are much less crowded but equally beautiful. Discover the wilde beaches and untouched fisherman villages.
Shop Porto Santo Stefano
is a traditional fisherman village with noteworthy fresh seafood stands.
Ristorante il Moletto
Restaurant overlooking the sea of Monte Argentario Born in 1955, today the Il Moletto Restaurant represents a reference to Monte Argentario for those who love good seafood, proposed through traditional recipes combined with modern and original ideas. The seaside restaurant is the right place for an informal lunch or dinner with a touch of elegance, where you can enjoy simple but extremely tasty seafood cuisine with the scent and lights of the pier all around.Website
Activities Aqua Dolce
Free beach with the possibility to rent umbrellas and sun loungers. To access the beach, follow the signs to Hotel Pellicano. On arrival at the hotel entrance, turn left onto the low difficulty footpath (approximately 100 metres).Directions
Activities The Terme di Saturnia hot springs
The Terme di Saturnia date from Roman times. Hot water (37°) springs from a volcanic crater and supplies the nearby spa pool and from there it flows along a natural stream for about 500 m where a drop forms a waterfall which rushes past the old mill and then goes on to form a series of natural, calcium-terrace pools. These beautiful falls are known as the Cascate del Mulino and the Cascate del Gorello. They are only 2 km from the village of Saturnia and entrance is free.
Activities Cala di Cacciarella
Immersed in nature and accessible by sea or by hiking trail, Cala di Cacciarella is one of the most beautiful and wild corners of the Tuscan coast. Located on the side of Porto Santo Stefano. a perfect location to lose track of time as the hours roll by.
Restaurants Da Sandra
One of the favorite restaurant of the owners of the Maremma HouseCall
Restaurants La Poventa
Another favorite of the owners from the Maremma HouseCall
This little village carved out of tufa stone (which is actually the same stone used at the lower level of Villa Maremma) is definitely worth a trip!
Restaurants Orbetello at I Pescatori
There hardly is a better place to be seated than at I Pescatoria overlooking the sea in Orbetello. When dining at this restaurant, rest assured that your fish has been freshly and sustainably caught nearby by one of the fishermen of the local fishing cooperative, Cooperativa La Peschereccia, which was founded in 1943. Be sure to try the bottarga (salted fish eggs), a specialty of the area, which is delicious grated over pasta!Call
Ampeleia, a winery in Roccatederighi, produces according to biodynamic farming practices that work in harmony with the land and emphasize the one-of-a-kind characteristics of this particular part of Maremma. Wherever you are, the creative, colorful labels wrapped around Ampeleia’s bottles make the drinking experience delightful even before the wine has been poured, but if you have a chance, it is well worth a visit to see the vineyards and taste the wine where it is made. If you’re looking to take home a Tuscan red, try their signature Ampeleia wine, made with 100% Cabernet Franc.Call Website