Castiglione della Pescaia – Tuscany coast

The municipal territory extends from the coasts of the Tyrrhenian Sea, where it also includes the islet of the Sparviero and the Scogli Porchetti, up to the south-western and southern offshoots of the hilly chain that from Poggio Ballone reaches Poggio Petriccio and which forms the southern appendix of the Metalliferous Hills of Grosseto. Between the coast and the hilly area there is a vast flat area of ​​the Grosseto Maremma, partially affected by a marshy area, totally included in the Diaccia Botrona nature reserve. The coast is mainly low and sandy, except for the small promontory of Punta Capezzolo, which divides the town of Castiglione della Pescaia from the locality of Riva del Sole, and for the entire area of ​​the promontory of Punta Ala, both of which have high and steep.The municipal territory borders to the north with the municipalities of Scarlino and Gavorrano, to the east and south-east with the municipality of Grosseto, while to the west and south it is bathed b…
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Val di Cornia Tuscany- Wines and Turism

Cradle of the Etruscan civilization, the Val di Cornia is the ideal place to let yourself be conquered by the incredible charm of an ancient and mysterious people whose historical relevance is growing from discovery to discovery. A wonderful land that has guarded for millennia, hidden by the natural beauty of its parks and landscapes, the secrets of such a fascinating and evolved people. Immersed in this multi-faceted landscape, the parks and museums of the Val di Cornia present a rich and varied offer, a different way of experiencing culture.

The Val di Cornia constitutes the extreme southern edge of the province of Livorno, on the territory of the Piombinese Maremma; it extends in the area between the Maremma Livornese (historically Maremma Pisana) and the Maremma Grossetana near the mouth of the river of the same name.

The territory is predominantly hilly in the hinterland where it creeps towards the last south-western offshoots of the Metallifero…

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