Maremma is a beautiful, untouched region in southern Tuscany with about 40,000 hectares of reserves, parks and natural oasis. This region provides endless opportunities for exploration from wooded backcountry hills to sandy seaside living. Maremma is known for its natural parks, medieval towns and fortresses, cultivated lands and old churches. Possibilities are endless under the Tuscan sun and popular outdoor activities include hiking, swimming, snorkelling, biking, horseback riding and unveiling of the ancient splendors in its Etruscan towns.
The pristine and serene beaches and rocky coastline along the blue Tyrrhenian Sea remain a quiet escape for those looking to relax at a non-traditional tourist destination. Named as one of the 44 best travel destinations by the New York Times, Maremma appeals to nature lovers, sport and wine enthusiasts and those who simply want to absorb local traditions and explore the rich history of the area.
In the countryside of Maremma, Tuscan-style country homes are found nestled among gentle rolling hills and farmhouses are often surrounded by olive groves and vineyards. Each town and hamlet within Maremma is special in its own right, from Saturnia, a relaxing spa town, to Bolgheri, known for its landscape and Bordeaux-style red wines Sassicaia, to Porto Ercole on the Mount of Argentario, recently listed as one of the most alluring Italian hamlets.
A life in Maremma means embracing a low key lifestyle that is close to nature. It’s easy to see why anyone would fall in love with Italy’s southern Tuscan gem.
Many thanks to our guest blogger, Diletta Carutti from Milan / Lake Como / Tuscany Sotheby’s International Realty, which offers its international and local clientele a wide selection of luxury properties in the top location of Italy such as Milan, Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Florence, Chianti, Tuscany, Sardinia, Italian Riviera, Capri Island, and the Alps.