The capital of the Maremma: Grosseto

Grosseto and the Maremma are more than just travel destinations; they are an invitation to experience authentic Italy. From the golden beaches and historical heritage to the hearty cuisine, the region offers a fascinating mix of nature, culture and hospitality. Discover the treasures of the Maremma and let yourself be enchanted by the unspoiled beauty of this region.

Gavorrano > Grosseto: 35 km

Fewer tourists, more Tuscany

The Grosseto region, nestled in the picturesque landscape of the Maremma in the heart of Italy, is a real insider tip for travelers looking for authentic experiences off the beaten track. From pristine beaches and historic towns to a rich culinary tradition, the Grosseto Maremma region has everything to offer.

Sun, beach and nature

The Maremma coastline stretches for miles of pristine beaches lapped by the crystal-clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Places like Castiglione della Pescaia and Marina di Grosseto invite you to spend relaxing days on the beach. But the Maremma is more than just sun and sand. The Parco Regionale della Maremma nature reserve offers a unique ecosystem where visitors can discover the region’s diverse flora and fauna on hikes and bike tours.

Cultural heritage in Grosseto

Grosseto, the capital of the province, is a treasure trove of historical sights. The imposing city wall from the 16th century surrounds the well-preserved historic center. Grosseto Cathedral and Palazzo Aldobrandeschi are impressive examples of the region’s historic architecture. The narrow streets are lined with cozy cafés, stores and restaurants that convey the authentic Tuscan lifestyle.

Culinary diversity

The Maremma is also known for its delicious cuisine. Local specialties, including game dishes, fresh seafood and handmade pasta, reflect the diversity of regional ingredients. In the picturesque villages, visitors have the opportunity to taste traditional wines such as Morellino di Scansano. The Maremma prides itself on preserving its culinary tradition and offering visitors an authentic taste experience.

Active vacation in the Maremma

The Maremma offers numerous outdoor activities for the adventurous. From hikes in the Colline Metallifere to horse riding excursions through the green hills – the region is a paradise for nature lovers. Water sports enthusiasts can explore the coast by kayak or take part in one of the many sailing courses offered along the coast.

Conservation of nature and cultural heritage

The inhabitants of the Maremma attach great importance to preserving their natural resources and cultural heritage. Sustainable tourism is not just a buzzword here, but a living reality. Initiatives to protect the environment and local projects promote the protection of the unique landscape and contribute to the sustainable development of the region.

Sights in Grosseto

Walk through the old town
Museo Archeologico e d’Arte della Maremma with many Etruscan finds
The Medici city fortifications


You can find event information on the official grosseto website

Image of the old town of Gavorrano: LigaDue, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Panoramic image in title: Christihan, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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