Our holiday farm is situated in one of the most interesting parts of internal Maremma,
in particular from the archeological and cultural point of view.
We reside internally of Roselle’s Etruscan archaeological park and at the foot of the hill where "Tino di Moscona" rises,
a fort of rare beauty that indicates the point where the antiquity Grosseto was born.
About 15 minutes car journey away you can go to the seaside resorts of Marina di Grosseto and Principina.
Slightly further afield, 25 to 45 minutes away you can get to Monte Argentario – with the embarkation for the Tuscany archipelago –
in the south Capalbio, and Castiglione della Pescaia, Punta Ala, Follonica and the embarkation for the Island
of Elba to the north.
In vicinity of Grosseto, in the same direction as Monte Argentario,
it is possible to admire the magnificent Maremma Natural Park, one of the most important natural parks in Italy.
Coming from Roselle going in the direction of the mountains, about 45 minutes away, you can get to Mount Amiata.
Continuing in the north direction for half an hour you reach the zone of metalliferous hills where you can visit villages like Massa Marittima e Scarlino.
A journey of an hour and more, it is possible to visit other wonderful Tuscan cities. Siena to the west,
Pisa and Livorno to the north. Only two hours away in the south direction is Rome and Florence in the north east direction.
To get to us coming from the south you must go along the motorway, Roma-Civitavecchia (A12) and then on to the Aurelia (s.s. 1)
until the exit at Roselle/Grosseto-centro. All you have to do after that is to carefully follow our road map.
Whereas coming from the north there are two options:
the first is to go along Aurelia (s.s. 1) and exit at Roselle/Grosseto-centro.
This is if you are coming from Livorno, La Spezia, Genova, Torino and from the tirrenica coast in general.
The other is by taking the Autosole (A1) exiting at Firenze-Certosa, continuing along the motorway Firenze-Siena until
you reach the the connecting road for Grosseto, then you must go on the Siena-Grosseto (s.s. 223) and exit for Roselle,
this is if you are coming from Firenze, Bologna, Milano and Venezia.
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