Historic Villages and Towns


Bolgheri is a fraction of Castagneto Carducci and gets its name from a defensive settlement of Bulgarian soldiers in medieval times. Bolgheri has almost always been the domain of the Gherardesca Counts and is well known today, all over the world, for the production of its award-winning DOC wines.

Campiglia M.ma

Campiglia Marittima is a small village that was formed in the Middle Ages, but its territory was already inhabited in Etruscan and Roman times, for the mining and transformation of metals such as copper, silver lead and iron. The village lies on a hill and offers a splendid view of the surrounding countryside and out to the sea and the nearby islands


Suvereto is part of the circuit of “The most beautiful villages in Italy” and its name derives from the Latin “suber”, as the surrounding area is rich in cork plants. The village, which over time has developed embracing the ancient medieval walls, is renowned for its wineries and oil and hosts three special events a year..


Populonia is a fraction of the Municipality of Piombino. In ancient times it was one of the largest and most important Etruscan and Roman cities.

Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia is considered an exclusive tourist destination in the Maremma for the quality of the sea and beaches, environmental care and equipment.

San Vincenzo

In addition to the beaches and bathing activities, San Vincenzo offers numerous ideas for scuba diving enthusiasts, in fact, in its waters during the two world wars, many ships found their final resting place, among these the Capacitas bulkhead, the Caboto and the minesweeper G32 sank in 1917.


Piombino is the main center of the Val di Cornia. The city preserves numerous testimonies of its glorious past, from the Etruscan origins to the Principality of Pombino.


Follonica is a seaside resort characterized by a splendid pedestrian promenade. Sandy beaches with many bathing establishments, pine forests and play areas for children, cycle paths and a large Water Park for young and old!

Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima is a village that developed in medieval times, but the area had already seen Etruscan settlements and even in prehistoric times.
The territory has been important over the centuries for the extraction of metals such as copper, lead and silver, while in more recent times an important wine agriculture has developed.