Of its seven islands, the largest is Elba Island followed by Giglio Island, Capraia Island, Montecristo Island, Pianosa Island, Gorgona Island, and Giannutri Island.

The archipelago is rich in shoals and rocky outcrops that create a picturesque landscape and an excellent habitat for numerous marine species.


The province of Grosseto stretches along the southern part of Tuscany and is one of the most protected provinces. The territory is mainly hilly, but near the coast stretches the Maremma plain, which is distinguished by its colors, scents and food and wine tourism The combination of land and sea offers fine meats, the freshest fish and high quality typical products such as wine, morellino di Scansano, extra virgin olive oil, pecorino di Manciano, mushrooms, chestnuts and truffles.


Grosseto, archaeological and art museum of the Maremma, natural history museum, Medici walls with the Sienese keep, the cathedral of San Lorenzo.

Nearby, they offer an itinerary among medieval villages from Buriano to Montepescali,from Massa Marittima to Pitigliano, not forgetting the evocative Sovana and Sorano with their tuff quarries, and Saturnia with its famous sulfur springs.

The Maremma nature park stretches from Talamone to Principina a mare for about 100 square kilometers of protected areas that can be visited on foot, on horseback, by bicycle by canoe and by carriage.It is the home of the butteri. Nearby there are also Etruscan archaeological sites including the archaeological park of Roselle the necropolis of Vetulonia and the lake of 'accesa.