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There is more than just the sea in this timeless village and there is a wide range of attractions on offer to make your holiday an unforgettable experience.
Castiglione della Pescaia is rich in culture and diversions.
The "new" town, in the lower part of the village, has ample opportunities for shopping and bar-hopping, some bars have outdoor tables, or you can visit the famous Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve, a remnant of the marshes that once covered the Maremma, and a protected ecosystem. In the Casa Rossa or Casa Ximenes you will find a multimedia museum, dating back to the 1700s, and a birdwatching vantage point.
The ancient and historical village dominates the countryside with its ancient walls, streets, and doors, which date back to the 10th century. You can visit the church of San Giovanni Battista, that dates back to the 16th century, the church of Santa Maria del Giglio, from the 13th century, and do not miss the opportunity to admire the view from the village ramparts... simply breathtaking!
Castiglione, in addition to its numerous popular beaches, is the ideal base for exploring fascinating Etruscan and Roman archaeological sites such as Roselle, Vetulonia, and Populonia, or natural reserves such as the Tuscan Archipelago National Park (Parco dell'Uccellina), not forgetting the famous wine cellars designed by famous Italian architects, which are part of the renowned "wine route", and much more....
The area also offers countless opportunities to enjoy sport and recreational activities in complete harmony with the environment:
Our staff will be happy to offer suggestions and help you book boating trips or cultural tours, excursions, and eno-gastronomic tours.