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The Surroundings

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BOLGHERI 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. […]

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SUVERETO
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 […]

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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 it has developed an important wine agriculture. […]

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FOLLONICA 


Follonica is a seaside resort that is characterised by a very pleasant pedestrian promenade. Sandy beaches with many bathing establishments, pine forests and play areas for children, cycle paths and a large water park for the young and old!

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SALVAPIANO
Holiday Ranch

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SAN VINCENZO


San Vincenzo is located along a stretch of beach on the Ligurian Sea. In addition to the beaches and bathing activities, San Vincenzo offers numerous opportunities for diving enthusiasts, in fact, many ships sunk in its waters during the two world wars, including the Bulk Carrier “Capacitas”, the “Caboto” and the minesweeper lookout G32 which sunk in 1917.

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CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA 

Castiglione della Pescaia is considered an exclusive tourist destination in Maremma for the quality of the sea and its beaches, its care of the environment and the facilities it offers.

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CAMPIGLIA MARITTIMA

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 […]

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ROCCA DI SAN SILVESTRO The “Rocca of San Silvestro”, known in the Middle Ages as the “Pitosphere”, is a fortified village that was built around the tenth century, thanks to the noble exploitation of the rich mineral deposits. The complex is located within the archaeological park of San Silvestro in the municipality of Campiglia M.ma. From the top you can see, through the Lanzi and Temperino Valleys, both the Tower of San Vincenzo and the Rocca of Campiglia, given that the three towers are part of a network of connections present throughout the Val di Cornia, located in strategic locations so they were able to spot and defend the territory from external attacks and communicate with the other defensive fortifications in time

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PARCO DELLA STERPAIA 

The “Parco della Sterpaia” is part of the “Parchi Val di Cornia” area. Beaches and a beautiful lowland forest, which run parallel for 296 hectares, between Piombino and Follonica, on the northern border of the Maremma.

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POGGIO NERI PARK

“Poggio Neri Park” is made up of a vast hilly forest of Holm oaks and Chestnut trees, which offers many opportunities for recreation for those who prefer outdoor activities such as trekking, equestrian or cycling tourism or just mushroom and chestnut picking

 

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PARK OF MONTIONI

The joint-provincial Park of “Montioni” managed by the provinces of Grosseto and Livorno, is a protected area of ​​about 7,000 hectares in a hilly area located between the river basins of the Cornia and Pecora rivers.

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF BARATTI

The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, extended on the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and on the Gulf of Baratti, preserves the archaeological monuments of the city of Populonia. […]

 

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF POPULONIA

The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, extended on the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and the Gulf of Baratti, preserves the archaeological monuments of the city of Populonia […]

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POPULONIA

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.

Historic Villages and Towns

Historic Villages

Bolgheri

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 Marittima

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

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

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 Maremma for the quality of the sea and its beaches, its care of the environment and the facilities it offers.

Towns

San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo is located along a stretch of beach on the Ligurian Sea. In addition to the beaches and bathing activities, San Vincenzo offers numerous opportunities for diving enthusiasts, in fact, many ships sunk in its waters during the two world wars, including the Bulk Carrier “Capacitas”, the “Caboto” and the minesweeper lookout G32 which sunk in 1917.

Piombino

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

Follonica

Follonica is a seaside resort that is characterised by a very pleasant pedestrian promenade. Sandy beaches with many bathing establishments, pine forests and play areas for children, cycle paths and a large water park for the 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 it has developed an important wine agriculture..

The sea and the beaches

Sea

Gulf of Follonica

The Gulf of Follonica extends into the Tyrrhenian Sea between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto. In this coastal stretch it is possible to find many bathing establishments but also free beaches. There are numerous things to do: white beaches, crystal clear sea and fresh pine forests all offer hours of relaxation.

Gulf of Calamoresca

Calamoresca is a small gulf, on the promontory of Piombino, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Val di Cornia, it is well known and frequented by tourists as well as by local people. The small gulf of Calamoresca is perfectly exposed to the west, so that especially in the summer, you can enjoy spectacular and suggestive sunsets. On clear days with a warm south-eastern wind blowing in from behind the gulf, the water is cleaned of the debris that are brought in by the currents, and the sea appears so calm and clean as to seem almost like a lake, with crystal clear water worthy of the more noble Caribbean seas.

Beaches

Baratti

The Gulf of Baratti is a small glimpse of unspoiled nature between the Ligurian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, just a few steps away from Piombino. There is a small marina, which contributes to create the kind of timeless atmosphere that enwraps the entire gulf. The beautiful beach, which gently falls into the waters of the gulf, is protected from behind by a thick pine forest that every year, at the arrival of spring, is populated by families, children and teenagers, ready to enjoy the first signs of the good weather .

Long Beach

The “Long Beach” is set on the northern coastal stretch of the town of Piombino. It is a beautiful beach made up of stones and clear pebbles, characterised by a narrow irregular and jagged coastline, bordered by rocky cliffs dotted and surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation. The place has a great unspoiled and wild charm about it but remember that it does not offer any kind of service. The sea is beautiful, with shades that go from emerald green to turquoise, crystalline, transparent and pebbly, ideal for swimming and bathing. To reach the beach, you must go to Calamoresca, a beautiful bay west of Piombino, then continue on foot along a suggestive path that leads to the beach.

Cala Violina

Cala Violina is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Maremma. It is overlooked by a dense and lush Mediterranean vegetation. The beach is clear and grainy, composed of very small quartz grains. The original name derives from the sound that the sand emits when you walk on it, which sounds like a violin (to hear it, however, a certain quietness is required). Its waters are crystal clear and the stupendous panorama is completed by the dense and evocative Mediterranean scrub that arrives right to the beach.

Bagnoskiuma

A fresh and young bathing complex, a playful and fashionable environment. One hundred ethnic style umbrellas, coordinated lounges and private cabins and also the Bar and the Restaurant … we can take care of every moment of your day, from breakfast to dinner, and we can offer you everything you need to make your holiday truly unforgettable.

www.bagnoskiuma.com

Sport and Nature

Sport

ASD TNT Surf School

ASD TNT Surf School is a Surf and Sup school with qualified instructors. At the “il Delfino” bathing establishment in San Vincenzo and in the Gulf of Baratti. More info tntsurfschool@gmail.com

Sail School Bagnoskiuma

“Sail School Costa Est”
Our school organizes individual and collective courses of: Surf – Windsurf – SUP
Advanced lessons are held by Federico Esposito, An Olympic champion.
www.federicoesposito.com
And also:
Spinning | Aqua-gym | Swimming courses | “Giocosport” for children.
At “Bagnoskiuma” we have a style all of our own to understand summer. Come and try it …

Centro Ippico Il Felciaino

The “Centro Ippico il Felciaino” organizes horse riding in the beautiful countryside of the Val di Cornia.

Nature

Poggio Neri Park

Poggio Neri Park” is made up of a vast hilly forest of Holm oaks and Chestnut trees, which offers many opportunities for recreation for those who prefer outdoor activities such as trekking, equestrian or cycling tourism or just mushroom and chestnut picking.
Along the paths you can stop at points that are equipped for breaks and picnics, quench your thirst from old, natural springs and retrace the difficult living conditions of the people who made charcoal, through the observation of a faithful reconstruction, purposely built near a disused squeegee. This is the “Museo del Bosco.” (The museum in the wood) A path has also been set up that is disabled friendly, to allow everyone to enjoy this natural resource.

Rocca di San Silvestro

The “Rocca of San Silvestro”, known in the Middle Ages as the “Pitosphere”, is a fortified village that was built around the tenth century, thanks to the noble exploitation of the rich mineral deposits. The complex is located within the archaeological park of San Silvestro in the municipality of Campiglia M.ma. From the top you can see, through the Lanzi and Temperino Valleys, both the Tower of San Vincenzo and the Rocca of Campiglia, given that the three towers are part of a network of connections present throughout the Val di Cornia, located in strategic locations so they were able to spot and defend the territory from external attacks and communicate with the other defensive fortifications in time

Park of Montioni

The joint-provincial Park of “Montioni” managed by the provinces of Grosseto and Livorno, is a protected area of ​​about 7,000 hectares in a hilly area located between the river basins of the Cornia and Pecora rivers. This system of small hills, densely covered with arboreal vegetation, roughly coincides with the territory of the ancient Demaniali Forests of Follonica. The Park falls within the territory of five municipalities: Follonica and in a small part Massa Marittima, which are both in the Grosseto area, Suvereto, Piombino and in a small part Campiglia Marittima, which are all in the Livorno area.

The Archaeological Park of Baratti

The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, extended on the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and on the Gulf of Baratti, preserves the archaeological monuments of the city of Populonia. Monumental traces of the city and the necropolis, with the remains of mineral and ferrous waste that shine along the paths, are a tangible sign of the importance of this centre in the Etruscan and Roman ages, until its final transformation in the Middle Ages. This history of landscapes, as different as they are, are united by a common thread that can be retraced through the itineraries of the
Park that allow you to cross the many aspects of the ancient civilization of Populonia within a natural environment of extraordinary beauty.

What to visit:

Necropolis of San Cerbone”: the visit allows you to admire the oldest monumental Etruscan tombs of Populonia (VII-V century BC), including the Great Chariots Tomb.
“Necropolis delle Grotte”: the visit leads to the quarries and the Etruscan chamber tombs (4th century BC) carved into the rock.

“Acropolis of Populonia”: the heart of the ancient city of Populonia with houses, temples, baths and paved streets. In this area you can also observe traces of the city’s foundation.

“Monastery of San Quirico”: the Middle Ages of Populonia are revealed through the remains of the Benedictine monastery of San Quirico, hidden in the woods.

The “Davide Mancini” experimental archaeology centre: in the lower part of the park there is the centre of Experimental Archaeology, with a faithful reconstruction of a Bronze Age hut. Visitors to the Park, guided by experts, can personally experience the ancient techniques of working. For school groups and other groups, articulated workshops can be organized that deal with different themes of the production and daily life.

The Archaeological Park of Populonia

The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, extended on the slopes of the promontory of Piombino and on the Gulf of Baratti, preserves the archaeological monuments of the city of Populonia. Monumental traces of the city and the necropolis, with the remains of mineral and ferrous waste that shine along the paths, are a tangible sign of the importance of this centre in the Etruscan and Roman ages, until its final transformation in the Middle Ages. This history of landscapes, as different as they are, are united by a common thread that can be retraced through the itineraries of the
Park that allow you to cross the many aspects of the ancient civilization of Populonia within a natural environment of extraordinary beauty.

What to visit:

Necropolis of San Cerbone”: the visit allows you to admire the oldest monumental Etruscan tombs of Populonia (VII-V century BC), including the Great Chariots Tomb.
“Necropolis delle Grotte”: the visit leads to the quarries and the Etruscan chamber tombs (4th century BC) carved into the rock.

“Acropolis of Populonia”: the heart of the ancient city of Populonia with houses, temples, baths and paved streets. In this area you can also observe traces of the city’s foundation.

“Monastery of San Quirico”: the Middle Ages of Populonia are revealed through the remains of the Benedictine monastery of San Quirico, hidden in the woods.

The “Davide Mancini” experimental archaeology centre: in the lower part of the park there is the centre of Experimental Archaeology, with a faithful reconstruction of a Bronze Age hut. Visitors to the Park, guided by experts, can personally experience the ancient techniques of working. For school groups and other groups, articulated workshops can be organized that deal with different themes of the production and daily life.

Parco della Sterpaia

The “Parco della Sterpaia” is part of the “Parchi Val di Cornia” area. Beaches and a beautiful lowland forest, which run parallel for 296 hectares, between Piombino and Follonica, on the northern border of the Maremma. This is the coastal park of the “Sterpaia”, a paradise for those who love long walks on the beach and it is just 5 km from Follonica.

What to do in the surroundings

Salvapiano is located in a strategic place regarding to numerous spots of interest, among which we recommend:

The closest tourist centres:

  • Follonica (20min)
  • San Vincenzo (20min)
  • Piombino (20min)
  • Castiglione della pescaia (40min)
  • Portoferraio, Isola d’Elba – 1 hour of navigation from Piombino

Salvapiano is located at approximately one hour by car from the artistic cities:

  • Pisa
  • Volterra
  • San Gimignano
  • Siena

The closest beaches:

  • Sterpaia Costal Park (Torre Mozza, Carbonifera, Carlappiano, Perelli)
  • Rimigliano Costal Park
  • Gulf of Baratti
  • Calaviolina

The natural parks and the protected areas:

Sports and activities:

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