A small island of the Tuscan archipelago, north of the island of Elba and east of Capo Corso. Worth seeing are the romantic bays and the old watchtowers, in which seagulls nest today. The ""Cala Rossa"", remains of a rock crater - red like the fire is particularly beautiful.
The city was created in the second half of the 8th century on the left side of the flow of the same name. Powerful tourist port. Beautiful pine forests that reach the sea.
The island of Elba
Elba always enchants its visitors with their indescribable natural beauty and its diverse landscape sections. Napoleon, probably the most prominent ""visitor"", left his unforgettable traces here during his 285 days.
Italy - or maybe even worldwide, most unique city. With over fifty museums, innumerable streets, squares, palaces, old churches and artistically designed gardens, this city is not only an absolute must for art lovers and historians ..
Provincial capital and the second most important city in Tuscany. Important port for cruise ships and ferry traffic to Sardinia and Corsica. Seat of the naval academy.
From Piazza Garibaldi you have a wonderful view of the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral. World -famous for the annual ""Palio del Girifalco"" (crossbow shooting).
About 8 km from Grosseto towards Siena, the archaeological excavations of Roselle, sometimes also called the ""Etruscan Pompeii"". There are not only remnants of the Roman city complex, but also Etruscan and medieval city remains. Roselle - A ""must"" for every archaeologically interested Tuscany visitor.
Siena is one of the most beautiful Tuscan cities; Famous Piazza del Campo, where the well -known ""Palio"" (horse racing) takes place in August.
This Maremma Nature Park is one of the first Tuscan nature parks. It is about 9000 hectares in size and extends between Principina a Mare, Talamone and the Uccellina Mountains. Following signposted hiking trails, you can watch free-living horses or Maremma cattle in the Ombrone-Delta, at Principina Mare the versatile flora and fauna of the maremma's swamp landscape or explore the untouched nature of the Macchia Mediterranea in the Uccellina Mountains. However, only guided visits are possible from June to the end of September.