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Hotel Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia (Grosseto) is a town with 7,465 inhabitants, in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, located about 22 km from the capital. For the quality of the sea and beaches, environmental care and equipment is considered a unique tourist destination, awarded in 2005 with 5 sails Legambiente positioning of the first resort for tourism and environmental quality in the annual ranking of Legambiente and Touring Club; for the same reason, the territory of Castiglione della Pescaia is also known as “Little Switzerland ” or “the Switzerland of the Maremma. Thanks to the great works of land reclamation and the primary importance of this port before the opening of the railway Maremma, the town was a time of rebirth and prosperity in the late eighteenth century and the mid-nineteenth century, enough to be called at that time the small Livorno.

Hotel Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima is a town in the province of Grosseto, 49 km from the capital. The main center of the metalliferous hills of Grosseto, was recently awarded the prestigious “orange flag” of the Italian Touring Club.
Massa Marittima is one of seven municipalities that make up the Technology Park Archaeological Metalliferous Hills Grosseto. The institutional aims of the Park relate to the recovery, preservation and enhancement of environmental, historical, cultural and technical-scientific Metalliferous Hills, marked in particular by the experience of mining sites within the jurisdiction of the Park City area Massa Marittima

Hotel Piombino

Piombino, the mining town of Etruscan origin, located on the promontory of the same name, has always had a close relationship of exchange with the sea, a relationship that can be seen by visiting the urban area beyond the area of the modern city.

Parks of the Val di Cornia, Tuscany, tell a long history that starts from the ancient Etruscan people and witness centuries of mining and metals processing, proposing beautiful natural environments, and coastal hills.

The system includes two archaeological parks, 4 natural parks, three museums, a Documentation Centre, including the five municipalities in the far south of the province of Livorno, opposite the island of Elba.

Hotel Punta Ala

Punta Ala is a fraction of the town of Castiglione della Pescaia in the province of Grosseto. It is a popular seaside resort situated on the northern slopes of the headland.

Called Punta Troia, was the great Italian aviator Italo Balbo, who had bought some fortifications and villas in the area and then became his residences, to change the name in Punta Ala, drawing it from the aviation jargon.

A modern tourist center has developed during the twentieth century, particularly in the seventies.

The resort is renowned for its well-equipped marina and sailing regattas are organized by the local “Yacht Club Punta Ala, ” the cradle of Luna Rossa.

The site is an elite tourist destination in every season, thanks to its luxury residences, second homes and boats moored at the port.


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