Pretty place. Live music in restaurant for dinner.
The great thing about booking a stay at the 4-star Saturnia Tuscany Hotel Resort is that you can count on a multitude of high-quality services to make you feel like you are in a world apart, an oasis to feel good in, without the need to leave.
Famous for its Civic Museum, the suggestion of the arches of the Medici Aqueduct, the maze of alleys and streets, the Jewish ghetto, and the “Alberto Manzi” open-air Archaeological Museum for direct contact with the Extrusic world.
The village of Sorano is also known as the Matera of Tuscany: it has been perched on the tuff for many centuries and cannot be reached by car but requires a pleasant walk.
Sovana envelops you with its unique atmosphere and is still suspended in the Middle Ages
Ancient village located on the hills of Grosseto, world-famous for its fine wine: Morellino di Scansano.
The “dying city” rises on the top of a tuff hill now eroded in its perimeter areas: it is perched as if it were a castle, and its image is amazing.
Located in an isolated position and currently inhabited by about fifteen people, it can only be reached through a reinforced concrete pedestrian bridge.
Member of the association of “The most beautiful villages in Italy”, for its geographical position and medieval structure. Every year the town is a destination for many tourists and very often home to film sets.
Definitely worth seeing is the Duomo, a wonderful example of Romanesque-Gothic architecture, and the Pozzo di San Patrizio (St. Patrick’s Well), a singular building designed to supply the city with water in the event of a siege.
It is located on the slopes of Capalbio, immersed in the Mediterranean scrub, in a place full of almost timeless charm.
Interesting is its Palazzo dei Papi (Palace of the Popes) and the Macchina di Santa Rosa, a spectacular event that takes place every year on September 3 in honor of the Patron Saint.
With just over an hour’s drive from the 4-star Saturnia Tuscany Hotel Resort, you can reach the seashores of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Located opposite the Argentario Promontory, Giglio Island is the second largest island in the Tuscan Archipelago.
Very impressive is Giglio Porto, the main port of call, which is located on the east coast and has become part of “The most beautiful villages in Italy”. Giglio Castello also deserves a mention as it offers a wonderful view of the rest of the island and other islands of the Tuscan Archipelago: Giannutri, Elba, and Montecristo.
Giannutri is immersed in a clear, turquoise sea, a small island with high and jagged coasts.
It is the smallest of the Tuscan Archipelago, a protected natural area, a site of regional interest included in the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. In summer, it can be visited with a daily ferry service departing from Porto Santo Stefano.
Since many beaches of Monte Argentario are privately owned, you can be sure that you won’t meet a crowd of tourists here. On these beaches, you can enjoy the beautiful clear waters surrounded by rock formations.
Known for being a seaside resort loved by the jet set, fortunately, it has not lost the ancient charm of a fishing village. If you gaze up at the large castle overlooking the old town, it seems like not much has changed in the last 100 years. The best place to swim is at Bagno delle Donne, just below the castle, a small beach that offers clear, clean water under the jagged rocks.
It is very pleasant to practice outdoor activities while enjoying the setting of the picturesque landscape of the Maremma. This is why many enthusiasts come here to practice golf.
The mild climate and hot springs make the Terme di Saturnia golf course an ideal place to play all year round.
The 18-hole, 6,316 meters, par 72 course is gently undulating, full of obstacles and bunkers to defend extensive, deep greens.
The Saturnia Golf Course is just over 3 kilometers from our Saturnia Tuscany Resort (we have a special agreement) and covers about 70 hectares of land.
Between Grosseto and Capalbio, the heart of the Maremma, the Argentario Golf Club winds through a protected oasis of Mediterranean scrub and always offers a panorama of unique, extraordinary beauty. Surrounded by woods of cork-oak trees and centuries-old olive trees – home to hares, squirrels, and fallow deer – you can admire a scenery of unspoiled charm, inebriated by the scent of the arbutus.
The 18 championship holes for a total of 6,218 meters and par 71 wind along a surprisingly varied course, technically very valid and undoubtedly spectacular. The greens are almost all small. There is always a slight breeze to mitigate the temperature and add another variable to the game that, on this field, requires both precision and power.