Visiting the Maremma means visiting nature. With its variegated landscapes, the Maremma is one of the most fascinating areas of Tuscany, where dense forests alternate to plains of wheat and sunflowers, long and sandy beaches leave place to steep rocks and pristine islands.
The waters of the Maremma seashore are among the cleanest in Italy and its beaches have been winning the recognition of the Blue Flag for years. The seaside resorts of the Maremma are equipped for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing and divers will find their paradise in the Argentario and Isola del Giglio.
In this suggestive landscape, the visitor suddenly finds himself before a spectacle of medieval villages, fortresses and wide natural spaces which ensure a never boring holiday and a great variety of holiday combinations. However, this time we are going to spoil the most beautiful beach resorts one should definitely not miss. Punta Ala is one of the most exclusive seaside resorts with its famous marina and the yacht club. The resort is located in a large pine forest with well cared for gardens and clean streets. The sandy coast is served by well-equipped bathing establishments and also presents beautiful bays surrounded by nature such as Cala Martina and Cala Violina. There are many accommodation choices thanks to the wide range of excellent hotels and residences, including also friendly holiday farms.
The Punta Ala Golf Club, an 18 holes course with a view of the sea, is a must see for dedicated golfers as it hosts many important international competitions. Castiglione della Pescaia is well-equipped resort, known for its long beaches and the cool pine forests. The town is an ancient fishing village, climbing the hill, surrounded by mig