Grosseto Accommodation

The Grosseto is in southern Tuscany in the area known as the Maremma. It forms and is the capital city for the province of Grosseto. The small historical center is surrounded by massive walls built by the Medici in the 16th century and which are still in very good conditions. While not high on the list of many visitor's itineraries, we do suggest visiting the small town and it's main Piazza Dante where you'll find Palazzo Comunale, the Palazzo Aldobrandeschi and the cathedral known as the Duomo, dedicated to San Lorenzo.

The province of Grosseto offers many beautiful landscapes and destinations, many tied to the sea and its coast but many inland charming villages also dot the region and merit your time. Close to Grosseto, if you love history, we suggest a visit to the well-preserved archaeological area of Roselle, then spending a day of relax at the thermal baths of Saturnia (either outdoors in the waterfall or in the luxurious spa establishment), or heading to the towns of Castiglione della Pescaia and Sorano for some time along the coast and shopping.

Grosseto offers a wide variety of places, something for everyone - read the more in detalied description on the right column to read more about what to see and do in Grosseto.

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B&B Relais nel BorgoOnline
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  • Rooms: 5
  • Location: Manciano (City)
  • Daily price: From € 76 to € 140

The structure is set in the center of Manciano in Maremma, in a 19th-century building. To make your journey special, at your disposal a wellness centre under the same management. Only 20 minutes from the Saturnia Thermal Baths.

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B&B Borgo TepoliniOnline
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  • Rooms: 4
  • Location: Castel del Piano (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 68 to € 180

The charming B&b located in Castel del Piano in Maremma, is surrounded by a green and quiet lawn and offers a pool perfect to rest. It has fine rooms restored according to a traditional tuscan style and it is also close to Mount Amiata and Val d'Orcia.

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Hotel Torre Di Cala PiccolaOnline
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  • Rooms: 50
  • Location: Porto Santo Stefano (Seaside)
  • Daily price: From € 219 to € 834

This four star hotel standing on a cliff over the sea offers 55 bedrooms situated in different stone buildings. All rooms have air conditioning, mini-bar and satellite tv. The hotel offers its guests also a restaurant, swimming pool and private beach.

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Valle Del ButteroOnline
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  • Rooms: 42
  • Location: Capalbio (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 89 to € 239

This elegant hotel situated a stone's throw from Capalbio old city center offers charming rooms and suites, both equipped with all comforts and furnished in classic style. An outdoor swimming pool, sauna and fitness center are at guests' disposal.

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Ghiaccio BoscoOnline
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  • Rooms: 13
  • Sleeps: 27
  • Location: Capalbio (Seaside)
  • Daily price: From € 85 to € 110

This Maremma farmhouse is surrounded by a well-maintained Mediterranean garden. It offers 14 double rooms, each with their own private entrance. Guests can enjoy the colors and scents of southern Tuscany from the beautiful swimming pool and the garden.

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Le MacinaieOnline
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  • Rooms: 17
  • Location: Castel del Piano (Mountain)
  • Daily price: From € 26 to € 177

Albergo Le Macinaie is a family-run hotel set on Mount Amiata. It has a good restaurant and offers many outdoor activities.

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Resort CapalbioOnline
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  • Rooms: 55
  • Location: Capalbio (Seaside)
  • Daily price: From € 67 to € 245

Set in Maremma, between the seaside and the countryside of Capalbio, this hotel offers free shuttle service to seaside and central station and many other services.

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Le Case Della Buca Agriturismo ed AgricampeggioOnline
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  • Rooms: 5
  • Location: Seggiano (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 36

Immersed in the countryside at the feet of Mount Amiata, the camping Le Case della Buca offers both rooms in farmhouse and sites for tents in a wonderful location, where the attention on environment deserves a particular note.

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Hotel Relais Valle OrientinaOnline
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  • Rooms: 14
  • Location: Pitigliano (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 69 to € 170

This family-run relais is located 3 km from Pitigliano. It offers comfortable rooms and a relaxing thermal pool, as well as spa center.

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Grosseto, a natural paradise

From the sea to its natural parks, from wine to cowboys, the almost flat land of Grosseto and the Maremma offer a bit of everything for everyone.

Along the coast, the Natural Park of the Maremma offers a natural protected area between Talamone and Principina al Mare. The park offers the opportunity for visitors and families and groups to go on guided visits, as well as follow hiking paths that lead to the coast. Many of the beaches along this coast are far from parking lots, so only the most determined to reach them enjoy their beautiful views and sand. It is definitely a site for those who search for off the beaten track locations.

If you or your children love marine animals, the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean and Marine Mammals is a protected area right off the Grosseto coast. Cetaceans may be often seen in this area, a marvelous experience you should not miss out on!

The famous National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, set amidst the Mediterranean sea just in front of the Tuscan coastline, also includes the group of small islands usually referred to as The Formiche di Grosseto (the ants of Grosseto) which are off the coast of the Natural Park of Maremma. This area is perfect for anyone who loves diving!

Close to these little ants, you’ll find the more famous Monte Argentario, a promontory-peninsula located about 35 km south of Grosseto which we recommend for many reasons: the views, the sea and beacjes, the villages and summer events.

Inland, head to Monte Amiata, a dormant volcano that offers many opportunities for trekking and biking in the summer, and becomes a skiing resort in the winter.

Butteri and Saint Lawrence

On August 9th, for the celebrations of Saint Lawrence, the patron saint for Grosseto, you'll find a folklorist procession of butteri (local cowboys) and their horses going to the Duomo for the traditional blessing. The butteri are the shepherds in Maremma and for that reason are known as the cowboys in Maremma.

Wine...and hospitality!

The area of Maremma and the province of Grosseto is a very famous zone in Tuscany for their quality wines, several with the prestigious DOCG label. These include the Bianco di Pitigliano, a white wine produced in Pitigliano (the hilltop village is also commonly known as Little Jerusalem, with its ancient Synagogue) and the Morellino di Scansano, a noteworthy red wine we recommend you taste.

A touch of contemporary art

If you’re keen on contemporary art, there are two destinations offering open air art exhibitions you should visit: the Tarot Garden in Capalbio and Daniel Spoerri’s Garden in Seggiano, close to Monte Amiata. Outdoor sculptures are set amidst the countryside, and in the second one, olive trees and walking trails are the enchanting setting for this international artist’s work. Both offer special destinations in Tuscany, where art perfectly blends with nature creating unique places to see and live!


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