The Maremma in all its glory is a region in southern Tuscany and is historically, archeologically, and naturalistically as important as it is unknown.
Every angle of this region retains its original features, that its inhabitants have strived to respect, and which have acquired their own cultural identity to act as the area’s main strength. The vastness of the Maremman region make it extraordinarily diverse. Hugging the Tyrrhenian coast and the inland hills, it stretches from Massa Marittima to Capalbio and comprises the area of Monte Argentario and the islands of the Grosseto archipelago, as far as Saturnia and the tufa areas of Sovana, Sorano and Pitigliano.
Maremma, land of the “butteri” cowboys and the “brigands”, has undergone a ‘modern’ economic development that has allowed the preservation of its natural habitats and cultural features so that it is now one of the few places in Italy where you can enjoy significant cultural heritage.