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Roccalbegna restaurants

  • Ristorante la Grotta

    Ristorante La Grotta
    Small restaurant with typical well cooked dishes. Excellent homemade pasta such as tagliolini and ravioli maremmani (large dumplings filled with spinach and ricotta cheese, topped with different sauces). Good pizza available as well. Closed on  Thursday.
    Via Amiata, 11
    Roccalbegna (Gr)
    Tel. +39 0564 989112
    http://grottaroccalbegna.altervista.org

  • Antica Locanda La Pietra

    Antica Locanda La Pietra
    Family run restaurant that serves what the backyard produces: vegetables, fruits, poultry, game dishes… Not to miss the desserts and homemade ice cream selection!
    Via XXIV Maggio 69/b
    Tel. +39 0564 989019
    Roccalbegna (Gr)
    http://www.locandalapietra.it/

  • Restaurants in smaller villages in the Roccalbegna area

  • Locanda La Pieve

    Locanda La Pieve
    The restaurant is not always open, but is a special tip for guests who want to try a relaxing evening with a gourmet menu. Open daily but on requests only, please book at least one day in advance and Angela and Enrico will welcome you in this friendly place in the historical centre of Semproniano.
    Via della Società Operaia 3
    Semproniano (Gr)
    Tel. +39 0564 987252

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