The Maremma can be described as an immense natural reserve of particular interest, uninhabited in places, where for centuries animals have found their perfect habitat and the wild herds break the silence led by the infamous “Butteri” cowboys, where the exploits of the highwaymen are remembered with legendary tales.
The tuff terraces rich in history, art and tranquillity offer adventure lovers an opportunity to enjoy the uncontaminated nature surrounding them; Mediterranean scrub, impenetrable canyons, green hills and mountainous areas, rolling countryside dotted with farmhouses, olive groves and orderly lines of vines alternating with barren lands of dark clay and sand with no vegetation at all.
One of the biggest advantages is that you can begin your walking adventure directly from the Locanda on stepping outside the main door.
Natural History Itinerary
- Vie cave e Parco archeologico delle “Città del Tufo” (Excavated roads & Archaeological Park of the Tuff Cities)
- Riserva Naturale Regionale Selva del Lamone ed il Sentiero dei Briganti
- Lago di Mezzano (Lake Mezzano)
- Lago di Bolsena (Lake Bolsena)
- Parco Regionale della Maremma (Maremma Regional Park)
- Il Parco Naturalistico Archeologico di Vulci (Vulci Natural Archaeological Park)
- Monte Argentario (Mount Argentario)
- Oasi WWF Laguna di Orbetello e Lago di Burano (Orbetello Lagoon and Lake Burano)
- Giardino dei Tarocchi (The Tarot Garden)
- Civita di Bagnoregio
- Via Francigena
- Val d’Orcia
- Monte Amiata (Mount Amiata)