Maremma is the one of the most sought-after areas of Italy, boasting a rich cultural heritage. The landscape ranges from snowy mountains to sandy beaches joined by the beautiful rolling hills.
In this land, once home of many ancient civilization, the seasons roll from one to another in perfect armony. November brings the pungent fragrance of freshly pressed olive oil, the first long fires, roasted chestnuts and fermenting must. With winter come tasty soups, accompanied by pork and game. Spring awakens to offer a new wine. Then there’s rush to bounteous summer. Everything has its place and season. Ant the party never ends.
Local restaurants stay true to Tuscan gasronomic tradizions. The array of products on sale include excuisite goat cheese, flavoursome olive oils and world renowned wines, such as the Morellino di Scansano.
May to September are fantastic months to visit, when the weather is generally warm and dry- a typical Mediterranean climate. March, April, October are cooler and also good times to visit.