The Maremma coast has an extension of more than 150km with an enormous variety of landscapes. Its waters are clear and it is famous for being ranked first among the cleanest seas in Italy.
The coast has the capacity to satisfy every need, from the wide sandy and equipped beaches ideal for families with young children such as the Gulf of Follonica, Marina di Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia, to more inaccessible and unspoiled places such as Cala di Forno in the Maremma Regional Park or Cala Violina inside the Bandite di Scarlino Nature Reserve, not forgetting the countless coves that follow one another along the coast and on the promontory of Monte Argentario, ideal for a SUP, Canoe or snorkeling excursion.
The strong point of the coast, as in the entire Maremma, is its sporting soul; in fact, it is possible to practice countless sports, from water sports such as Kitesurfing, SUP, Windsurfing, Kayaking, diving or a boat ride, perhaps sailing. Staying on the mainland, one can hike, horseback ride or bike along the headlands and nature reserves that are right next to the sea such as Monte Argentario ancient island now connected to the mainland by two tombolos, the Maremma Regional Park with its 9000 hectares of unaltered spaces where herds are raised in the wild and animals live undisturbed in their habitat, the Bandite Nature Reserve with ancient oak woods and Mediterranean scrub.
The Maremma Coast is also rich in WWF oases and wetlands such as the Orbetello Lagoon, Lake Burano, and Diaccia Botrona, where migratory birds can be seen finding refreshment along their journey.
Not far from the Coast we find small villages but with great stories to tell, such as Vetulonia, Roselle, Scarlino, Capalbio, Magliano in Toscana, Orbetello and the city of Grosseto, the heart of Maremma, enclosed in its still intact city walls.
A long network of bicycle paths departs from Grosseto, connecting it to the Maremma Regional Park, the pristine beach of Marina di Alberese and Collelungo, the renowned village of Castiglione della Pescaia along the coast, and the ancient ruins of Roselle, an Etruscan first and Roman city.