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The Hotel Nuova Grosseto is the ideal location for those who intend to discover the land of Maremma. It is the closest to the station among the Hotels Grosseto, in a strategic position for those who want to leave their suitcases immediately and go to enjoy all the time available to spend in the capital of Maremma and its beautiful surroundings.
From green landscapes, crystal clear seas, parks and archaeological sites of great value, emerges Grosseto, a city with services that still retains features on a human scale.
The city boasts a historic center, completely surrounded by walls, which has kept its appearance almost unchanged over the centuries.
The walls were present in Grosseto since the twelfth century. Destroyed and rebuilt several times, in 1574 it was Francesco I de’ Medici who started the work of the “hexagonal walls”, designed by Baldassarre Lenci.
The walls still follow a hexagonal perimeter, with corners defended by pentagonal bastions in the shape of an arrow, guard posts at the tip. Service galleries, warehouses and redoubts are still preserved. Environments and paths are paved with herringbone bricks.
Maremma Natural Park
The Maremma Natural Park, the first National Park recognized by the European Community, extends for 100 square kilometers and includes the coastal stretch of the Maremma Toscana, from the Promontory of Talamone, to the mouth of the river Ombrone and is bounded towards the hinterland by the Via Aurelia
The Natural Park of the Maremma is a reference point for a growing number of people, rich in flora and fauna typically Mediterranean and interesting historical evidence. Inside the Park you can admire nature in all its splendor, or choose from a series of tours, available depending on the season, duration, and difficulty. The itineraries can be tackled individually, in groups and also with the help of a guide. Also you can make visits on horseback, by carriage, by bike and canoe. The visit of the Park will certainly be a pleasant and relaxing experience.
Marina di Grosseto
Marina di Grosseto è una tranquilla località balneare, dotata di numerosi comfort e servizi, tra cui un moderno porto turistico. La sua spiaggia di sabbia fine e chiara in alcuni punti raggiunge i 150 metri di larghezza e, degradando dolcemente verso il mare, consente una sicura balneazione anche ai più piccoli. Il litorale è caratterizzato da aree attrezzate e aree libere ed è lambito dalla fitta Pineta del Tombolo. La spiaggia di Marina di Grosseto offre inoltre la possibilità di praticare numerosi sport acquatici come il surf, il Kitesurf e la vela.
Castiglione della Pescaia
Castiglione della Pescaia, ancient village overlooking the sea, between Punta Ala and Marina di Grosseto, is a famous tourist and seaside resort of the Tyrrhenian coast.
Castiglione della Pescaia has ancient origins: the first traces of population of this area date back to about sixty thousand years ago, while the first urban settlement is located in Vetulonia, the ancient city that the Etruscans founded near Lake Prile (now disappeared). The Romans, however, founded the village of Salebrone, famous for its mild climate, the fishing lake and the surroundings rich in game. After the fall of the Roman Empire and the raids of the Barbarians, in 962 Castiglione was ceded to Pisa by Otto I of Saxony, Emperor of Germany. The Emperor of Pisa. Pisa exploited its riches and did not care about the cover-up of the port and the waters of Lake Prile that, becoming stagnant, were the cause of increasing epidemics of malaria.
In the territory there is the Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve, a typical marsh naturalistic oasis that occupies a part of the plain that extends between the city of Grosseto and the coastal town of Castiglione della Pescaia.
According to legend, the Goddess Venus, when she emerged from the waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, dropped seven pearls from the necklace around her neck, which fell into the sea becoming the seven islands of the Tuscan Archipelago. The Tuscan Archipelago consists of a group of seven major islands, of which the largest is the ‘Island of Elba, followed by the Island of Giglio, Capraia, Giannutri, Pianosa, Montecristo, Gorgona.
Vetulonia is an ancient city of the Etruscans who gave Rome the symbols of the beams and the axe. Vetulonia reached its peak between the VII and VI sec. a.c. and still preserves many memories of its ancient power. After the splendor of the Etruscan period Vetulonia declined. Some parts of the imposing Etruscan walls have remained, and in the immediate vicinity of the current town there is the Etruscan necropolis. Among the tombs that can be visited, there are the Tomb of the Diavolino and the Tomb of the Petrera, which you meet taking the road that leads to Buriano. In the village it is possible to visit the archaeological civic museum that houses finds of remarkable value. Splendid is the view that you can admire for the gentle decline of the hills.
Pitigliano is a charming and characteristic village of the Maremma Grossetana, unique in its kind for the particularity of being built entirely on a rock of tuff, volcanic rock, the dominant geological element of this territory. This makes it one of the most interesting places in the tuff area. The presence of the Etruscans is witnessed by ancient necropolis and especially by the “Vie Cave”, roads dug into the tuff. Pitigliano in various eras has passed from the fief of the Aldobrandeschi to the county of the Orsini until the seventeenth century, when it became part of the Medici’s Grand Duchy of Tuscany and later of the Lorraine. Pitigliano is located in a territory rich in natural and historical-archaeological sites, and is therefore a valid starting point for unforgettable trips and exciting excursions.
Massa Marittima is a charming medieval village located on a hill at 380 m asl, about 15 km from the Gulf of the Sun. Surrounded by the Maremma countryside, Massa Marittima is rich in historical, environmental and artistic beauties inherited from a flourishing past. Known for the copper and silver mines, exploited until 1300, then reactivated from 1830 until the 1970s, it retains its medieval appearance. The Balestro del Girifalco, race among the crossbowmen of the districts of the city, is also a historical re-enactment.
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