In Maremma there are places which are suitable for everybody’s holidays: for sea lovers, mountain lovers, woods lovers and nightlife lovers. We invite you to follow our advice on holidays in Maremma.

Maremma Itineraries

For holidays by the sea

The whole coast of Maremma is full of beaches and bays, which offer the cleanest sea and breathtaking views to spend the holidays. Some of them are public, others are equipped. The whole area of Grosseto has famous beaches such as Marina di Alberese, the beaches of Capalbio or Cala Violina and Cala Martina. The beaches of the Tuscan coast can be a few steps from the city or accessible only on foot, walking inside protected reserves, as the Sterpaia Park or the Park of Maremma.

For holidays in the nature

Nature lovers can spend their holiday enjoying their passion and many activities that can be practiced in the Tuscan Maremma. The Park of Maremma and its swampland called Diaccia Botrona; Monte Argentario, where you can live surrounded by nature but a few steps from the coast, with the possibility to camp for free. Further north of Follonica there is also the natural reserve of Marsiliana where you can admire the various native species of birds, mammals and Mediterranean flora. We do not recommend to stop nearby Saturnia during the high season because of the huge number of tourists. We recommend to settle in the area of Grosseto or Castiglione della Pescaia which offer more facilities for travelers and which are the perfect starting point for visiting the Tuscan Maremma.

Tuscan Archipelago by Camper

The Tuscan archipelago with its islands surrounded by the clean Thyrrenian sea is an excellent destination for summer holidays but also for periods with milder temperatures. Elba Island, the most famous of the Tuscan Archipelago, has nowadays become a destination for celebrities and famous people, for the beauty of its well-finished villages, for its stunning clear waters and its typical Mediterranean flora and fauna. Diving lovers will enjoy several types of underwater excursions to discover the most characteristic sites of the sea bottom of the archipelago.