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  • An exceptional excursion from Follonica is Punta Ala, only a few minutes by car taking Collacchie Road towards the South.
    Modern and well equipped residential village with a rational tourist port, Punta Ala rises on a promontory surrounded by the sea in a wonderful position. For its sport facilities, its elegant villas and hotels which are all built respecting the natural environment, it is the most "fashionable" tourist centre of the Maremma.
    In the immediate vicinities you can also visit historical cities where there are several important museums. The cities include Tarquinia, Volterra, Populonia, Vetulonia, Saturnia, Roselle, Massa Marittima, Grosseto.
    The Punta Ala website is http://www.puntaala.net/

  • Roselle archaeological site

    Roselle archaeological site
    8km along the road from Grosseto to Siena one reaches Roselle 's Archaeological Park.
    Characterised by a complex archaeological stratification and surrounded by a fascinating natural environment Roselle has been called the Etruscan Pompei. It constitutes, in fact, an extremely interesting field of research insofar as it contains conspicuous remains of not only Roman and medieval urban settlements (most of the excavations up till now are related to the Roman era), but also of the Etruscan period.
    Open to public from 8.30 to sunset everyday. For info, call +39 0564/402403.

  • Vetulonia archaeological site

    Vetulonia archaeological site
    The district of Castiglione della Pescaia includes the town of Vetulonia that was one of the richest and most flourishing towns of northern Etruria mentioned in important ancient literary sources. Founded in the iron age (9th century B.C.) in the Bruna valley which was undoubtedly inhabited in prehistoric times, Vetulonia was originally composed of two distinct centers which were unified in the 7th century as can be deduced from the distribution of the sunken tombs dug into the surrounding hills not far from the town.
    The most typical feature of the town is that these sunken tombs are inserted into a great circle of stone, from which derives the name "tombe a circolo" ( circle tombs). The splendid and famous monumental tombs date to the 7th century and include the famous Tomba della Pietrera, which is visible along Via dei Sepolcri.
    It is open all day.

  • Punta Ala Golf Club

    Punta Ala Golf Club
    The Golf Club Punta Ala has begun its activity in the spring of year 1964. The course situated in a panoramic zone with sight on the sea, develops one total length of mt.6.168 with a PAR 72 and 18 holes with reeding and natural undulations of the land, in a beautiful half of the " maremmana undergrowth". The golf club is opened all the year and has a bar, restaurant and driving range.
    ph. +39 0564 922121

  • Shuttle Service

    Shuttle Service
    A "shuttle service" with 16 seats, available for 3 months from 8 June to 8 September, it gives the possibility to go from the tourist Port to the Commercial Centre "Il Gualdo" and the beaches and vice versa, in a comfortable bus with air conditioning.

Experience an official tuscany tour with

Visit the Valley of Flowers & Chocolate and taste the famous Chianti (Tuscany)

Visit the Valley of Flowers & Chocolate (Tuscany): the Garden of Eden - the biggest Nursery in Europe and the

Winner of Academy of Chocolate with also authentic with wine-olive oil tasting in Chianti Wine region

  1. Time to visit the Garden of Headen

Since 1938 this Tuscan family company has interpreted  the cultivation of plants as a motive for constantly improving the environment.

Cultivating a plant means actively protecting a vulnerable living thing and, by preserving it from extinction, handing down a richer world to future generations. "More plants, more life" is not just a slogan. It's a mission. 

2. Time to visit the Winner for the fourth consecutive year of the Academy of Chocolate Awards
3. Time to visit the famous Chianti Wine region for tasting

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Half-Day Chianti Afternoon Tour from Pisa

Explore the beautiful wine region of Chianti on a half-day scenic tour from Pisa, and enjoy a Tuscan landscape of gently rolling hills and vineyards, studded with cypress trees. Taste superb Chianti wines and Tuscan products during the journey.

from 77,55 US Dollar

Private Siena to Florence Chianti and San Gimignano Transfer Tour

Travel between destinations and visit sights along the way. Stop to visit the medieval fortress of Monteriggioni before spending leisure time in the hill-town of San Gimignano browsing the many stores or savouring the rich cuisine in one of its many restaurants (not included). In the afternoon visit the Chianti town of Greve in Chianti and the picturesque hamlet of  Montefioralle before having your Private driver drop you off at your Florence destination.

from 715,82 US Dollar

Brunello, Nobile & Rosso Grand Wine Tour in Montalcino e Montepulciano (Tuscany)

Brunello di Montalcino is one of the best wines in the world, destined for long ageing, making it better and more complete over time. According to the regulations, Brunello must age for a minimum of 5 years although it is customary to lay it down for 10 years. It can remain in the cellar for 30 years while some of the very exceptional vintages last for 100 years or more.

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is a red wine with a Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita status produced in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montepulciano. The wine is made primarily from the Sangiovese grape varietal (minimum 70%), blended with Canaiolo Nero (10%–20%). The wine is aged for 2 years; three years if it is a riserva. 

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