The Mare Verde Village is located in an area of Tuscany full of attractions and places to visit, from archaeological parks to nature parks, from characteristic medieval villages to amusement parks for young and old.
Why not take advantage of the strategic position to discover the most magical villages and glimpses of the Maremma?
And for those who are not afraid of a trip of a few more kilometers, Villaggio Mare Verde is located at the crossroads of the roads for the most famous cities of art in Tuscany: Pisa (110 km), Siena (80 km), Florence (150 km ), Lucca (140 km), S. Gimignano and Volterra
Baratti and Populonia archaeological Park
The special feature of this popular Park is that its stretches from the ruins of the acropolis of Populonia to the tombs of the Baratti Gulf beach, which are part of the necropolis of San Cerbone.
The path that goes down from the acropolis crosses the woods and offers breathtaking views of the sea.
The Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro
Visit this interesting mines park, by tourist train or on foot, and explore the mineral extraction sites, which had been operating from the Etruscan era to the 20th century.
The most fascinating feature of the park is Rocca San Silvestro, which hosts the ruins of the miners’ village, the barracks, the cemetery, the church, and the industrial area.
Perched on a hill overlooking the sea and the surrounding countryside, Campiglia Marittima is one of the most beautiful villages of the Etruscan Coast. In the charming squares of the old town, surrounded by the city walls, you can find workshops, museums and restaurants.
Nestled in the lush Mediterranean vegetation, Suvereto is a village rich in art and history that stands out for its beautiful views and its distinctive peaceful atmosphere.
Suvereto is surrounded by woods of chestnut, oak and cork oak trees – ‘sugheri’ in Italian, hence the name of the village.
This ancient village was immortalised in Giosuè Carducci’s poem (“Davanti a San Guido”): “I cipressi che a Bólgheri alti e schietti van da San Guido in duplice filar…”
With its long tree-lined road and magnificent medieval castle, Bolgheri will charm you with its timeless beauty.
The old town in Massa Marittima is surrounded by well-preserved city walls and is one of the most impressive places in Tuscany from an urban-architectural point of view. Its tiny streets cross the hill and lead to a magical place, where visitors will have a chance to marvel at the gentle rolling hills and take in this wonderful and timeless place. .
Calidario Terme Etrusche
All visitors are welcome at the ancient Natural Spring in Venturina Terme, where water and steam are used for health purposes. Experience the unique sensation of bathing in spring water as it rises to the surface, a natural process that takes place in many other thermal baths in Tuscany.
Terme di Sassetta
Find balance and harmony in the breathtaking setting of the Sassetta Thermal Baths, which offer a range of treatments providing relaxation and stress-relieving effects. Here wellbeing is achieved by listening to one’s body and going on a journey of self-discovery in the system of earth and cosmic energies.
“Il Tombolo” Thalassotherapy centre
This wellness centre boasts an actual SPA – “Salus Per Aquam”, meaning health through water. Thanks to its proximity to the sea, which is a precious and valuable ally, it has become one of the best thalassotherapy centres
Venturina Thermal Baths
This is a modern temple of health in the heart of Alta Maremma, on the Etruscan Coast, between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the green hills of Tuscany. The Venturina Thermal Baths offer a wide range of spa treatments, which can have therapeutic effects on various illnesses.
Acqua Village Follonica
Get a real Hawaiian-like experience at Acqua Village Follonica! Lots of water slides to choose from: Gin-co, the multi-sensorial slide, the adrenaline-fuelled Walu with the Kamikaze slides, Anaconda, a parabolic slide that is a lot of fun, and the amazing Surfing Hills
Acqua Village Cecina
This amazing water park awaits you with Lua Pele, the Volcano Island, Loko, the amazing fire slide, Waho, the sensational flying slide, and Wailele, the heavenly lagoon.
Gallorose Park stretches for 5 hectares and was opened in 2001. More than 150 wild and domestic species of Mammals and Birds found shelter in this green and shady oasis – which is no wonder, if we consider that around 14,000 plants and trees have been added to the existing olive trees over the years.
Cavallino Matto is the biggest and greenest amusement park in Tuscany. Surrounded by nature, its paths meander through a ten-hectare pine forest where you can find more than 30 attractions for all ages.
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